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Yearbook of 

THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI 

Volume 86 

Created in University, Mississippi 38677 



2 — Conlenis 





Irby "Buster" Turner III 
Editor-in-Chief 

James Martin Tucker 
Business Manager 

Bobby A. Towery 
Financial Advisor 



Ole Miss Experience 


4 


Alma Mater 


18 


Doing It 


38 


Activities 


40 


Culture 


54 


Sports 


70 


Those Who Do It Best 


116 


Honors 


118 


Administration 


158 


Features 


174 


Those We Do It With 


.192 


Organizations 


194 


Greeks 


256 


Classes 


324 


Ads 


398 


Index 


420 


Editor's Closing 


440 



CsMmts—» 



That Rebel spirit. 

We sing it, shout it, 
wave it, wear it; 

Hotty Toddy; lunch in 

the Grove; 
the band belts out "Dixie" 
while the crowd roars; 

waving those indestructible 

Confederate flags 

'til arms ache, 
'cause real Rebels 
never die. 





4 — Olc Miss ExpiTlcncc 




Ole Miss Experience — 5 



The epitome of The South. 

Frustratingly conservative, 
but definitely charming; 
famous for good-looking 
women pursuing the M.R.S. 
degree. ERA gains ground, 
but at Ole Miss, for better or 
for worse, the Southern 
belle reigns supreme. 






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The party school: 
Thursday-Monday weekends; 
road trips to Jackson and 
Memphis; abandoned 
afternoon classes. 

The academic university: 
regular class attendance; 
efficient study habits; 
conscientious effort. 

The goal: 

Running with the best 
of both worlds. 




8 — Olc Miss Experience 




Ole Miss Experience — 9 



These proud old traditions give 
Ole Miss its name and reputation, 
and bind each generation tightly to 
the next. 



Traditions brand our hearts and 
souls with pride, making Ole Miss 
not simply a great school, but a 
way of life. 




1. Faithful alumni fortify themselves for the big 
game. 2. Rebel fever strikes at an early age. 3. Colonel 
Rebel Eugene McNally poses with his newest ally, 
Johnny Reb. 4. Ole Miss's latest addition to the Guin- 
ness Book of World Records. 5. Trumpeters step 
lively to the Rebel March. 





Ole Miss Experience — 1 \ 



A former symbol of 

segregation becoming a melting 

pot; battling the snob stigma 

with Southern hospitality; 

after all, at Ole Miss, 

"everybody speaks." 






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A political jungle where ultra- 
politicos spar during campus 
elections and gubernatorial 
candidates flock for support. 




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Grilling it; 

Hoka midnight movies; 
winter jogging in 
the coliseum; 

dorm parties; 
Sardis and skiing; 

dances in the Union; 
$240 in parking tickets; 
the Grove, 

the Lyceum, 
the Square. 




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These are the expe- 
riences which mold 
this university into our 
Ole Miss. By blending 
spirit and tradition 
into here and now, 
they make us dis- 
tinctly unique. 

Institutions like 
Colonel Reb and Dixie 
Week make us a 
microcosm, a closed 
society, 

— Ole Miss, by damn! 



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The flurry of people, places and events 
which is college life screeches to an abrupt 
halt when a student graduates or leaves 
school. All that remains is an array of mem- 
ories, fond or otherwise, of days that once 
seemed endless. Through this transition 
from reality to reflection, Ole Miss becomes 
no longer our school, but our Alma Mater. 

As each student's college experiences are 
unique, so are the recollections which 
establish the basis for their personal Alma 
Mater. Some recall the Alma Mater itself — 
the song whose words attempt to express 
the sources of pride and joy stirred by these 
memories. 

Remembrances of the unique physical 
aspects of the campus stand foremost in 
some minds. Images of stately columns and 
vivid colors of changing seasons remain 
intact though the campus undergoes many 
alterations through the years. 

Though students often live as if no life 
exists other than Ole Miss, notable interna- 
tional and national events later serve as a 
frame of reference for events closer to 
home. 

For many, perhaps the most deep-rooted 
memories lie in the intangible aspects of 
their Ole Miss days. The unique closeness of 
those with whom we share four years of col- 
lege experiences is the basis of the concept 
of our Alma Mater. 

The following section tries to capture all 
of these aspects. Through examples of daily 
routine, night life and language and dress 
customs, these pages portray the foundation 
of the heart of Ole Miss — our Alma Mater. 




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Pushed from the warm nest of close high school companions, we came to col- 
lege — to Ole Miss. Severed from both friends and families, no longer were we 
focal points of limited worlds. At Ole Miss, life did not revolve around us as 
individuals. 

Thrust into an environment of capable students and leaders, we once more 
were forced to prove ourselves. We failed — many of us for the first time — and 
learned that failure is not an end, only another beginning. 







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Recognizing human frailty and 
limitations added to our percep- 
tions and insight. Exposed to a 
wider range of experience and 
knowledge, we searched within 
ourselves for more understand- 
ing and pushed ourselves to pre- 
viously unimagined lengths. We 
suffered and rejoiced, sometimes 
with our friends, but more often, 
alone. 

Landmarks of our beautiful 
campus have become fused with 
our spirits. Few among us feel 
that we do not own a part of this 
school. The feeling of possession 
wasn't instantaneous, but took 
years of association, growth and 
understanding to secure its roots. 

At our Alma Mater — Ole 
Miss, The University of Missis- 
sippi — we have gained experi- 
ence, not as an end, but as a 
beginning. 










"I am a part of all that I have met, yet all experience is 
an arch where through gleams that untravelled world, 
whose margin fades forever and ever when I move." 

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The most tangible symbol of our Alma Mater, those traditional white pillars of the Lyceum, remain today in all their original splen- 
dor. The cornerstone of the Lyceum was laid on July 14, 1846. 

The University Chapel, now known as the "Y" Building, was added to the University campus in 1853. Intended to be a dormitory, 
the Chapel's function was changed by the trustees to an assembly hall for the entire student body. The Old Geology building, home of 
our beautiful stained glass window formerly served as the campus library. 

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"The University of Mississippi will resume its 
classes of instruction on September 14. Augus- 
tus B. Longstreet, professor of mental and 
moral science, theology, logic, political econ- 
omy and evidences of Christianity, is dean of 
the faculty. Tuition and college fees for the 10- 
month session is $42 due in advance along 
with a deposit of S3 to cover damage to college 
buildings. Board is $10 a month, and firewood 
will be furnished without additional fee." 

The Commercial Appeal 
August 22. 1854 






Immersed in daily pursuits of friends, 
knowledge and fun, Ole Miss students 
often get so involved in the closely-knit 
campus lifestyles that they become una- 
ware of events taking place outside their 
immediate range of activities. 

As the secluded world that is Ole Miss 
rotates on its narrow axis, the big world 
continues to revolve about international, 
national and state affairs. The past year 
brimmed with important events which, 
directly or indirectly, had some impact 
on the lives of many at Ole Miss. 

Egypt and Israel signed a peace treaty 
ending years of fighting; gasoline prices 
reached a dollar a gallon, Margaret 
Thatcher became England's first woman 
prime minister and Skylab finally fell 
harmlessly back to Earth. 




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A DC-10 crash caused a record number 
of deaths ever for an airplane disaster; 
Pope John Paul II made a landmark visit 
to the United States; anti-nuclear demon- 
strations became frequent and the deaths 
of John Wayne and Arthur Fiedler sad- 
dened the entertainment world. 

The Iranians' seizure of 50 American 
hostages and the Soviet invasion of 
Afghanistan sparked talk of another 
world war, reinstating the draft and boy- 
cotting the 1980 Olympics in Moscow. 

Closer to home, Miss Mississippi Che- 
ryl Prewitt was crowned Miss America; 
he Ku Klux Klan Briefly terrorized 
northeast Mississippi and the Interna- 
tional Ballet Company appeared in Jack- 
son, just months after the capital city was 
immobilized by floods. 

Though these events and others like 
them actively involved some Ole Miss 
students and touched the lives of many 
others, the aura of campus life prevailed 
and continued to provide a refuge from 
the real world. 



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DAILY ROUTINE 



Classes, meetings and meals are a never- 
ending ritual for some Ole Miss students. 
Arranging food, appointments and in some 
eases, soap operas around an eighteen-hour 
class schedule with labs is no easy task. How- 
ever, many manage to slip past the omniscient 
computer and end up with classes beginning 
at 11:00 a.m. 

Many Ole Miss students find themselves 
with plenty of leisure hours to spend sunning 
at Sardis. watching television in the Union, or 
just riding around campus. 

Typically, the active student finds himself 
with too much to do in too little time. When 
failure is imminent, an adept classroom 
deceiver can maintain an attentive facade 
while cramming for a test in his next class. 

The daily routine of classwork and meetings 
demands ample time for gossip over coffee in 
the Union or a Baskin Robbin's study break. 
Often students find time to walk to the Grove 
to study and fling an occasional frisbee. 

While rushing around crossing items off an 
ever-growing, never-ending list of "Things To 
Do Today" it is inevitable that they are eager 
to sample the delights of an Ole Miss night. 








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AFTER FIVE 

Sunset and the settling of dusk catch most Ole 
Miss students returning from the evening meal. 
Some scurry back from the cafeteria or pizza par- 
lor to ready themselves for a night on the tow^n. 
The partyers have their choice of backgammon 
and popcorn at The Gumbo, The Platform at The 
Warehouse, live entertainment at The Gin or step- 
ping out at The Library or Car Wash Disco. 

Another faction hangs around the sorority or 
fraternity house stalling, not particularly eager to 
delve into a night with the books. Those who do 
buckle down to study may be found cramming for 
a test in the traditional library or classroom set- 
ting, running a program in the computer center, 
typing a paper or chipping away at a long-term 
project. 

Still others speed away from the drive-thru win- 
dow at a burger joint wolfing down a sandwich as 
they head to the first of several meetings listed in 
their red Assignments and Dates to Remember 
books. Those in the "involved" set are occupied 
with everything from churches to campaigns, 
often until the wee hours. 

Those fortunate enough to find themselves free 
of obligations have several options. They may 
indulge in the luxury of visiting in the dorms, call- 
ing home, reading a Harlequin romance or Sports 
Illustrated or catching a favorite TV show. 

Any of these students may be found at Mr. Quik 
or Kroger around midnight, grabbing a snack 
before bed and the return of the daily routine. 



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At Ole Miss, everybody speaks. 
In body language, our dialect is 
unmistakable. The clothes, the 
shoes, the jewelry all say ''Ole 
Miss.'' From overcoats to under- 
wear, it's Ole Miss through and 
through. 







Winter wools, tweed blazers and mono- 
grammed shirts and sweaters swept the fall 
fashion scene. As cool weather set in, cam- 
pus men sported cords, cables and goose- 
down jackets and vests, in addition to the 
ever-popular khakis. Females began to 
reveal a little more thigh to the eye with 
straight slit skirts, while hats and padded 
shoulders ranked high in accessories. From 
the traditional Oxford cloth shirt and rolled- 
up jeans to the latest in boxers, 100% cotton 
vdth starch was the fabric in vogue. 




Oxford gained new territory in fashion as 
the name spread from shirts to shoes. Sad- 
dle oxfords, weejuns and Candies vied for 
top honors in campus footwear. Women 
rose to new heights on the spiked heels of 
fashion as the dainty ankle straps of the for- 
ties returned in full force. 




Add a pearl, add a bead, add anything 
you want to a gold serpentine chain and the 
look is "in." Monogrammed earrings, lapel 
feathers and bar pins set the pace for coeds, 
while trendy fellows donned grosgrain 
watchbands and initial rings. 



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On the fashion scene as a 
whole, this was the year of 
the designer. Name droppers 
had heyday as everything 
from tie tacks to tennis shoes 
bore the coveted insignias. 
Men in vogue showed off 
with Ralph Lauren, Pierre 
Cardin and Gucci, while 
women scrambled for any- 
thing that resembled Hal- 
ston, Aigner or Givenchy. 
From purses to earrings, 
from cologne to eyewear, 
designers were in great 
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How trendy are you? Give yourself 1 point for each 
a. 2 points for each h. and 3 points for each c. On 
number 4, d is worth 5 points and e is worth -5 
points. Total your score. A score of seven or hiss 
means you are virtually unaffected by current tninds 
in fashion. A score between seven and fourteen 
reveals that you choose your trendy possessions with 
care. However, you do keep up with the latest in 
fashion. A score of fifteen or more means that you 
buy everything that comes out on the market, a vir- 
tual slave lo fashion. 



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Jogging stayed in the foreground as the 
popular exercise on campus this fall. Run- 
ners could be seen anytime, anyplace, 
wearing almost anything. Undaunted by 
weather, the diehards simply headed for 
the coliseum during rainy and cold sea- 
sons. While many took to the streets for 
exercise, others took to the rink. Students 
joined the roller-skating craze, finding it 
an enjoyable group sport and a fun way to 
get badly-needed exercise. 

The world of fads has spread from 
clothes to exercise and even into our lan- 
guage habits. For those of us at Ole Miss, 
many words have taken on meaning in 
addition to their standard ones. There was 
once a time when space was air between 
the stars, not between the ears. A gator 
was once an animal rather than a status 
symbol or a dance. While gross was a unit 
measure rather than an adjective, pits 
were parts of peaches and prunes, not 
states of being. Before college, flags were 
more often found on poles than exams. A 
fox was once a mere animal instead of an 
alluring woman and pigging out was an 
activity limited to farm critters. 



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The things that Ole Miss students 
do and attend in addition to academic 
obligations are what make this 
University different from a high 
school, junior college or any other 
university. 

The activities and events in this 
section provide the hub and hubbub 
of Ole Miss life. They present 
students and faculty w^ith places to 
go, things to do and opportunities to 
identify with themselves and each 
other. 

From Fall Festival to Dixie Week, 
opportunities are endless for simply 
having a good time. Culturally 
speaking, the noted Ole Miss beauties 
promenade in pageants, while the 
Artist Series and University Theatre 
add enlightening entertainment. 

Famous for its spirit, Ole Miss 
offers several channels through 
which it may be vented. Mighty or 
not, the Johnny Rebs continue to 
draw crowds, and the women's 
athletic program gains national 
status. 

Again, blending institutions with 
innovations turns out a set of 
products uniquely Ole Miss. 



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Doing It — 39 




40 — Activities 





ACTIVITIES 



DANNY STORY, editor 
Ann Fortenberry, assistant 



Dixie Week 


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Homecoming 


46 


Fall Festival 


48 


Union Activities 


50 


Special Events 


52 



Activities — 41 



Dixie Week 




'79 



Dixie Week may well have been the institution that 
gave Ole Miss its reputation of having "something for 
everyone." 

With a schedule including concerts, movies, competi- 
tions and lots of parties, Dixie Week '79 was certain to 
quench every passion from ice cream to skateboarding. 

Ole Miss weather cooperated beautifully, and the 
campus was in full bloom as the six-day reverie began. 
Students shoved classes and studies into the back- 
ground and went all out for one last blast before facing 
the final exam stint. 

Dixie Week took on new dimensions in '79 with "Jan- 
ice" highlighting the concert bill and the debut of the 
backgammon tournament, while the traditional Ice 
Cream Social in the Grove and Shrimp and Beer at Sar- 
dis branded it an exclusively Ole Miss good time. 








1. The Tri-Deltas walking tall in Dixie 
Games. 2. Andrae Crouch performs in 
Fulton Chapel. 3. Bobby Sharman and 
Mary Beth McMillan enjoy the Ice 
Cream Social. 4. The tug of war is 
always fun. 5. The Sigma Nu's in three- 
legged race. 6. Juggernaut Jug Band in 
Fulton Chapel. 7. The long lines at Sar- 
dis for Shrimp and Beer. 



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Andrae Grouch — Fulton Chape 



MONDAY 

Dixie Week Games 

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Dixie Week Games 
Dixie Week Barbeque 
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First Annual Backgammon ' 

Tournament 
Dixie Run 
Ice Cream Social 
"Gone With the Wind" — Grove 

THURSDAY 
Skateboard Competition 
"Juggernaut Jug Band" 
Fulton Chapel Follies 
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1. Schedule of Events. 2. Bobby Coffey helps Harriet Riley 
with her ice cream. 3. Jeannie Cirlot in the Skateboard 
Competition. 4. Dixie Week Barbeque in the Grove. 5. Rosa- 
lie McCullough and John Dowdle serve ice cream. 6. The 
Phi Mu's in the three-legged race. 7. "Eli" performs in the 
Grove. 8. The tug of war winners. 




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Homecoming 1980 brought the 
usual flurry of activities to campus. 
An intense homecoming queen cam- 
paign set the pace for the week, and 
students filled in routine schedules 
with parties and working on dis- 
plays. The theme "We've Got the 
Spirit" was appropriate for 1980, as 
even the prospect of meeting Van- 
derbilt after five straight losses didn't 
daunt the holiday atmosphere on 
campus. The University Players 
kicked off planned activities Thurs- 
day with their performance of "Any- 
thing Goes." Homecoming Day 
brought multitudes of high school 
students and alums, and the Grove 
rocked with the music of The Group. 
The Rebels' 63-28 thrashing of the 
Commodores was what everybody 
had been waiting for, and fraternity 
and private parties went full tilt in 
celebration until the wee hours. 



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1. Freshman maid Cresia Starks 

escorted by Norman Miller. 2. Pre-game 
festivities in the Grove. 3. The Delta Psi 
secret formula for success produces 
another first place display. 4. Senior 
maids Debbie Sansing and Sara Dalton. 
5. Homecoming theme banner. 6. From 
left to right, ASB President John 
Delashmet, Homecoming Queen 
Angelyn Atkins, former Rebel coach 
John Vaught, Charles Bidgood, Alumni 
Association President. 7. Junior maid 
Angela Roberts escorted by Gary 
Pickering. 8. Ole Miss Rebel football 




Homecoming — 47 



Fall Festival, occurring immedi- 
ately after mid-terms, gave students 
the opportunity to shove their books 
aside for a week and participate in 
the various activities. Centered 
around Halloween, the events were a 
definite success, proven by the large 
crowds. Concerts by John Prine and 
Tavares were two high points of the 
festival. Both performances were 
thoroughly enjoyed as students 
heard their popular favorites. The 
usual barbeque packed the grove 
with masses of hungry students. 
Hundreds of pieces of chicken were 
devoured in a matter of minutes. A 
Halloween showing of "Young 
Frankenstein" was the most popular 
event of the week. Because of the 
great number of people demanding 
to see the film, it was shown until 
3:00 a.m. A pep rally on Thursday 
night before the LSU game climaxed 
the week's activities. A parade which 
ended behind the coliseum marched 
all over campus picking up enthusi- 
astic Rebel fans. A huge bonfire 
warmed the students as they cheered 
the burning of an LSU tiger, bringing 
Fall Festival to a close. 







48 — Fill! Festival 




1. Students enjoy the barbeque in the Grove. 2. Standing in Hne for the 
barbeque. 3. Cheerleaders performing at the Pep Rally. 4. Fall Festival 
display in the Union. 5. John Prine in concert. 6. Tavares in concert. 




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A wide array of events and happenings made the 

Ole Miss Union "the" place to be in 1979-80, with 

activities ranging from the outrageous display of 

talent in the Gong Show to the serene atmosphere of 

the quilting short course. Under the direction of 

David Broome and the Union Program Council, the 

Union provided students with a focal point for 

happenings on campus — speakers, arts and crafts 

displays, meetings and various other entertainment. 

The short courses offered this year included Tai Chi 

Chuan — a self-defense course, clogging, bridge and 

cake decorating. Always the best place to meet new 

people and see old friends, the Union also served as 

the headquarters for blood drives, community 

projects, fund-raising activities and social gatherings. 

A cake-cut celebrating first semester mid-term was a 

first for the campus. This was, as UPC Fine Arts 

Chairman John Dowdle put it, "a great year for the 

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1. Tai Chi Chuan, self-defense short course. 2. 
Abounding talent in the Gong Show. 3. Cake 
decorating. 4. Midterm Cake Cut. 5. Blood 
Drive. 6. Clogging. 7. Midterm Cake Cut. 8. 
Vaudeville Show in front of the Union. 9. 
Bridge. 




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The calendar year at Ole Miss included many special 
events in which students could participate just for fun. 
During summer months, the ASB sponsored watermelon 
cuts in the Grove, providing all summer school and pre- 
college students a refreshing treat as well as an 
opportunity to meet each other. Rebel spirit ran high 
during the open football weekend of fall semester, as 
students were delighted to have the rock band JANICE 
performing in the old gym Saturday night. Black students 
planned and participated in several special events on 
campus. The ASB Black Affairs Committee sponsored the 
annual Black Awareness Week February 4-10. The theme 
was "Black History: Torch for the Future", and events 
included a jazz concert and an Afro-American Greek 
Show. The ASB Committee on Black Affairs sponsored a 
speech by civil rights activist James Meredith, and 
Shauneille Jackson topped a field of nine contestants to 
win the crown of Miss Ebony. These events and others 
like them helped promote student involvement in many 
facets of campus life. 







52 — Special Events 




1. "JANICE" performs in the Old Gym. 

2. James Meredith speaks in Fulton 
Chapel. 3. Summer watermelon cut in 
the grove. 4. and 5. Shauneille Jackson 
is crowned Miss Ebony. 6. Afro-Ameri- 
can Greek Show. 7. Student musicians 
present a jazz concert in the University 
Cafeteria. 






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54 — Culture 





CULTURE 



LISA REDDITT, editor 
John Pearson, assistant 



Pageants 


56 


Speakers 


58 


Artist Series 


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Theatre 


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Concerts 


64 


Theatre 


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Culluri' — 55 



Miss 
University 



56 — Pageants 




Parade of Beauties 



PAGEANTS 








Pageants — 57 



MARY LYNN 
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58 — Speakers 



SPEAKERS 





DR. CHESTER 
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Speakers — 59 



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The internationally famous Budapest Symphony Orchestra per- 
formed at the University of Mississippi as well as in New York's Car- 
negie Hall and in the thirty-four other cities during a Jan. -Feb. tour of 
the United States. Appearing at Ole Miss on February 6, the orches- 
tra, directed by Gyorgy Lehel, featured 27 year-old violinist solo Mik- 
los Syenthelyi playing selections from Wagner, Bartok and Beetho- 
ven's Third Symphony. 

William Harness, one of America's leading opera singers, 
appeared at the University on March 8 as a part of the spring Artist 
Series. His voice has a big, beautiful tone that fills the range of style 
sought for in a tenor. Combined with his presence, it makes him one 
of the few romantic opera stars who can look, as well as sing, the 
part. 

The New Christy Minstrels, internationally known folk group with 
a modern flavor, performed at Ole Miss on March 27. Modeled after 
the original group 
founded in 1842 that 
became the most popular 
minstrel variety show in 
existence, the New 
Christy Minstrels was 
formed in 1961 when the 
folk musical revival had 
taken America by storm. 

The internationally 
acclaimed pianist Leonard 
Pennario opened the Uni- 
versity of Mississippi's 
1979 fall Artist Series on 
September 13. Pennario, 
who made his profes- 
sional concert debut in 
1936 at age twelve with 
the Dallas Symphony, has 
performed with every 
major American orchestra 
and has appeared exten- 
sively in Europe with the 
continent's leading 

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A Man 
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64 — Concerts 




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Football 


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Men's Basketball 


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Women's Basketball 


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Cheerleaders 


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Volleyball 


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Tennis 


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Golf. Track 


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Baseball 


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Sporls — 71 



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". . . if our programs are based on coaching s+affs and the number of 
quality athletes we have in each of our ptrograms, the future is bright 
for us ... we (women's sports) have moved ahead to a point where we 
will always be a challenger ..." 

Warner Alford, Athletic Director 

12/1/79 



REBEL FOOTBAL 

A balmy September night provided the setting as Ole Miss i 
what was to be a thrilling yet rather disappointing football se* 
The year was interesting as Rebel fans saw Ole Miss trounce a 
three Tennessee teams, Jim Miller punts for an average of |4 
yards. John Fourcade proves that he is the quarterback everyl 
thought he was, and the ability of Sloan's heralded freshmen. 



However, with every season there are problems and this one 
no exception. Freshman running back Buford Magee was inj 
after a superb start; Ole Miss was stunned twice on regional 
and the Johnny Rebs ended with another losing season (4-7). 
year also was laced with controversies. Rumors of poor disci; 
spread throughout the state, along with rejuvenated 1960's 
against the alleged racism of Dixie, Colonel Reb and Confed 
flags. However, the proud alumni, students, and faculty an 
exuberant School Spirit Committee kept fans' morale high. 
Rebs finished a frustrating season with wins over archrivals ' 
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t joker can run. I don't believe he kni<».^ 
fast he is!" Those were the comments of 
i4iss punter Jim MiUer abon* " 

id Magee followinj^ the Rohi 

ry over Memphis Stale. Maj^ee, one ol tlu; 
osl highly sought after backs in the nation, 
Bd his collegiate career with a 52-yard 
un on the Rebs first play from scrim- 
. The Durant native finished the game 
160 yards on 11 carries which included 
jond TD run of 74 yards. Freshman 
,....y Hooper also scored on his first play 
ith a 9-yard TD rece Dtion from QB Four- 
Miller began his ast season on a win- 
lote, punting 6 times, for a 51.7 average, 
je game, OM compiled 406 total yards, 
■ rnmpared to Memphis State s 379. 
record crowd of 53.166 at Lib- 
y Bowl Memorial Stadium 
tched as the Rebs put away the 
ers in the final seconds with a 
n Miller punt to the 5-yard line. 

Iring the next two matches, the 
bs were able to produce only 15 
ints compared to their oppo- 
nt's 71. OM opened strong 
linst Mizzou as Michael Har- 
»n returned a punt for a 54-yard 
f with 4:37 remaining in the first 
[arter. But the second half 
ponged to the Tigers, as they 
ide TD's on runs from 10, 14, 
3 9 yards out. A 40-yard FG and 
rD pass of 69 yards sealed the 
bs fate with a 7-33 loss. 



jturning to ackson the next 
lek. the Rebe s found little sym- 

i[hy from the USM War Eagles. 
e Johnny Rebs, who had lost 
ly two previous games to South- 
\, fell victim to Southern's run- 
ig attack which accumulated 
5 yards and 4 TD's. Ole Miss's 
ly TD came in the last quarter 
th a Fourcade-to-Seawright 
ss of 62 yards. Earlier in the 
lek, there had been talk of drop- 
tag Southern from the Rebel 
schedule in order to upgrade it. 
e overzealous USM fans to hoist a 
er which read "Upgrade USM schedule; Drop 



IcGee!?! He can fly. Every time I 
iked up he was running!" 

— M9U Head Coach 

Richard Williamson 

9/15/79 




After two devastating losses, the Rebels returned to campus to face 
winless Geor^jia. Anxious for a victory, the Bulldogs handed Ole Miss 
its third consecutive loss (21-24). This marked the first victory for 
G(M)rgia in Hemingway Stadium. 

Ole Miss began the scoring with two TD's which included a two-yard 
run by fullback Leon Perry and a five-yard run by John Fourcade. 
Nevertheless, under the direction of Head Coach Vince Dooley, the 
Bulldogs fought back in the second half to overcome the Rebel lead. 
Heading into the final minutes, the Rebs attempted a fake punt to 
Perry. However. Georgia's defense smothered both Perry and the 
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Ole Miss is a tradition, and part of that tradition is 
winning. Homecoming 1979 clearly exemplified 
that, as the Johnny Rebs demolished the Vander- 
bilt Commodores (63-28). thus ending a five-game 
losing streak. The Rebel offense amassed 543 total 
yards against a porous Vandy defense. The Rebs' 
63 points were the most points scored by Ole Miss 
since the Southern Mississippi game in 1969 (69-7). 
Also, the crowd of 35,667 at Hemingway stadium 
was the largest since the 1969 State game. For the 
day, quarterback John Fourcade completed 4 of 5 
passes for 100 yards and ran 15 times for 169 
yards. Fullback Leon Perry was second in rushing 
with 96 yards on 20 carries. Ripley native Jim 
Miller also had a fine day, punting three times for 
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win, but didn't win. It's very 
hard on the players and the 
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ving barely enough time to recuperate from the pre- 

f week's loss to Georgia, the Rebels hit the road for 
first away game. The Rebels were haunted all 
ight long as they tried to tame the Kentucky Wildcats, 
'wo Kentucky fumbles inside the Red and Blue 25-yard 
lie produced only one Rebel field goal. Also, a 27-yard 
iuchdown sprint by John Fourcade was called back on 
holding penalty. The Rebs also gave up 355 yards 
efore the game ended 14-3. 





ille preparing for the South Carolina 

P, many on the Ole Miss squad 
remembering last year's spoiler 
jainst the Gamecocks. That was a 
ime in which Ole Miss led until a 90- 
ard touchdown run and a two-point 
onversion miraculously occurred in 
le last nine seconds to give South Car- 
lina a 18-17 win. This year's contest 
/as comparable, as the Rebs had the 
igskin four times inside the 15-yard 
pie and failed to score each time. 
3ugh they led the game in total 
ise (422-304), Sloan's crew was 
led short, 21-14. 

jiana Superdome was the sight for 
egional TV game this year for Ole 
iss. Like the first one, the Rebels were 
'^ted — this time by Tulane, 47-15. 
mgh Ole Miss rushed 34 times for 
55 yards, quarterback John Four- 
passed 23 times for 240 yards and 
louchdowns. His 40 attempts were 
lost by a Rebel quarterback since 
ie Manning in 1970. With quarter- 
Roch Hontas under the helm, the 
n Wave accumulated 186 yards 
ng and 291 rushing to put the Reb- 
7 for the season. 



Prior to the LSU game. Ole Miss had led the nation in punt cover- 
age. This was erased when LSU spHt-end Tracey Porter returned a 
Jim Miller punt for 52 yards late in the final quarter. This and a 
bad case of the second-half blues plagued Ole Miss as LSU over- 
came a 0-17 halftime deficit to down the Johnny Rebs 28-24. Retir- 
ing LSU Head Coach Charlie McClendon put it best: "This game 
was like all the rest in Ole Miss-LSU series. You can expect any- 
thing to happen at anytime." 




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Fresh after a 40-18 victory over Notre Dame, Tennessee rode 
into Jackson confidently seeking a bowl bid. However, the Red 
and Blue machine squeezed the Big Orange dry to the tune of 
44-20. With the outstanding defensive play of freshman defen- 
sive end James Otis (13 unassisted tackles) and Leon Perry's 126 
yards on 22 carries. Ole Miss thwarted Tennessee, thus becom- 
ing undefeated against all three Tennessee teams. 

Football at Ole Miss is divided into two seasons: 1) The first 10 
games and, 2) the Mississippi State game. Down 0-9 at the half 
and 7-9 with only 7:37 left in the game, Ole Miss came back with 
a 29-yard touchdown pass from John Fourcade to split end Ken 
Toler. The rest is history. The Golden Egg is once again back in 
the proper place. 




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Receiving top honors for the season was punter Jim 
Miller, who was selected All-SEC and All-American 
by UPI and Football Writer's Association. Also ace 
quarterback John Fourcade was chosen All-SEC by 
Birmingham's Sports Page and to the second team 
All-SEC by AP. For his outstanding defensive abili- 
ties, defensive end James Otis was named to the 
Freshman All-American team by Blue Chip maga- 
zine. Senior guard Terrence Walker will play in the 
annual Blue and Grey game and kicking specialist 
Hoppy Langley will participate in the East-West 
Shrine game. 



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1979 COACHING STAFF: Head Coach Steve Sloan, Tony Misita, Tom Goode, Tommy Limbaugh, 
Romeo Crennel, John Cropp, Leroy Mullins, Paul Crane, Mike Pope, Eddie Crawford, Bill Canty, 
David Lee, Clyde Christensen. 




TRAINING 

STAFF: First 

Row: Brian 

Burns, Mitch 

Smart, Jeff Bell, 

Lee Bethay, Scott 

Arata; Second 

Row: Danny 

Smith, Chuck 

Leggett, Assistant 

Trainer Tim 

Garl, Head Trainer 

Leroy Mullins, 

Tim Huff, Sam Duncan. 




EQUIPMENT STAFF, First 
Row: Lee Taylor, Will 
Mounger, Tank Conerly; 
Second Row: Monty Mont- 
gomery, Forrest Phillips, 
Equipment Manager Blake 
Barnes, Donnie Kisner, Ron- 
nie Brandon; Third Row: 
Gary Brandon, Jim Sledge, 
Lyman Fulton, Jay Leasman, 
Wayne Abies. 



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OLE MISS 
BASKETBALL 






84 — Men's Basketball 






1. Forward Elston Turner battles Kentucky's freshman 
standout Sam Bowie. 2. The Big 'E' guards Kyle Macy. 3. 
Head Coach Bob Weltlich gives instructions. 4. Stroud tips 
in two. 5. Carlos Clark awaits jump ball. 6. Tim Thomas for 
two. 7. Turner attempts to block a shot. 




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JOHN STROUD 

SEC Leading Scorer — 2 Years • 

Second Ail-Time SEC Leading Scorer • 

Most Free Throws Made • 

Most Field Goals Made • 

All-SEC2Years* 

Third Team All-American • 




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Mea's Basketball — 87 





1. Sean Tuohy tries to maintain his better than ninety percent free throw aver- 
age. 2. Guard Chris Barrett passes over Mercer's zone defense. 3. Rebel mentor 
Bob Welthch. 4, Kentucky defense tries to stop John Stroud. 5. Freshman Roger 
Stieg scores over Mississippi State's Ricky Brown. 



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Sugar Bowl tournament was a tremen- 
dous win for us . . . we've become com- 
petitive in the league . . and expect 
more from the future . . . 

Bob Weltlich 
2/1/80 




Last fall the Ole Miss basketball team was considered by many a fair team at 
best and probably eighth or ninth in the SEC. Another ho-hum season was 
expected. Someone evidently forgot to tell the Rebels about these dismal pre- 
dictions, as the season was everything but ho-hum. The Johnny Rebs posted 17 
wins, the most in 42 years, while gaining a berth in the National Invitational 
Tournament. This was the first post-season tourney ever for Ole Miss. The Rebs 
started NIT play at Oxford by beating Grambling, then succumbed to a power- 
ful Minnesota by a narrow margin of 58-56. 

But the season had not always been good. After trouncing Virginia Tech to 
win the coveted Sugar Bowl Tournament, Ole Miss started slowly in SEC play 
and soon faced an 0-5 slate in conference action. Then it happened. The Rebels 
came alive with nine wins in their last 13 SEC games. Sellout crowds in CM. 
"Tad" Smith Coliseum became a weekly event. SEC scoring champ John Stroud 
combined with junior Elston Turner and sophomore Sean Touhy to place Ole 
Miss as a leading SEC contender. These three also were selected for the All-SEC 
team. After whipping Tennessee, the Rebels were set back by second-ranked 
Kentucky in the semi-finals of the SEC tournament. 

The Johnny Rebs broke several records during the year. Stroud ended his 
brilliant four-year career with the second highest point total in SEC history 
(2,328). Other school records by Stroud included most field goals (844) and most 
free throws (540). The New Albany native commanded the third highest 
rebound total and became only the second SEC player to have consecutive 
scoring titles. 

Defensive ace Elston Turner ended the season with his career scoring total at 
1,207 points. Sean Tuohy handed out 260 assists — an Ole Miss and SEC record. 
This brought his career total to 428. Also providing valuable assistance during 
the year were Carlos Clark, Roger Steig, Chris Barrett, Cecil Dowell, Tim 
Thomas, Anthony Eubanks, James Ivy, James Green, Richard Hamilton, Nor- 
man Miller and Lane Shoup. 

One of the brightest spots in the season came when Coach Bob Weltlich 
announced that he would not accept job offers elsewhere and would remain at 
Ole Miss. The beginning of the 80's saw a sound winning season — something 
new to Ole Miss. Basketball enthusiasts see this as the trend of the new decade. 
Yes, it's true — We've Got the Spirit! 



Men's Basketball — 89 




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1979-80 BASKETBALL TEAM: Left to Right, First Row: Donnie Fuller — Manager, Cecil Dowell, 
James Green, Chris Barrett, James Ivy, Carlos Clark, Richard Hamilton, Sean Tuohy, Blake 
Barnes; Second Row: Mike Hanks, Ricky Johnson, Warner Alford — Athletic Director, Norman 
Miller, John Stroud, Tim Thomas, Head Coach Bob Weltich, Lane Shoupe, Roger Stieg, Anthony 
Eubanks, Elston Turner, Eddie Oran, Ron Reed, Henry Jackson. 




Mens Basket ball — 91 



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1. Liz Marable on defense. 2. Dana Fortenberry in action 
against MUW. 3. Jan Barnett shoots from the foul line. 4. 
Co-Captain Renee Rutland drives for a lay-up. 5. Freshman 
Justina Smith shoots over a defender. 6. Carol Ross shoots 
for two. 7. Senior Lane Lockard goes up for a jump ball. 




Women's Basketball — 93 



PEGGIE GILLOM 

All Time Leading Scorer • 

All Time Leading Rebounder • 

Holds 18 Individual Lady Rebel Records • 

Finalist for Margaret Wade Trophy — 2 Years • 

Honorable Mention All- American — 2 Years • 






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Women's Basketball —95 





1. Kris Strafton and Juslina Smith block out. 2. Lane Lockard puts a rebound 
back in. 3. Coach Van Chancellor. 4. Center Justina Smith shoots at the buz- 
zer. 5. Ian Barnett and Renee Rutland aj^ainst a zone defense. 



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. . .Our season has had many ups and 
downs . . . defeating nationally ranked 
teams such as Stephen F. Austin and 
Mercer but then losing the MUW tour- 
nament . . . we had the opportunity of 
thrills as well as lows. . . 

Van Chancellor 

2/1/80 




Though the Lady Rebel basketball squad failed to defend its state 
title, the team did provide several highlights for Ole Miss followers. 

After a 3-0 start, the Lady Rebs dropped their first game of the sea- 
son at the home of defending national champion Old Dominion. That 
was followed by consecutive losses to North Carolina and North Car- 
olina State, both road games. 

Back home, an upset by Vanderbilt ended a 19-game home-court 
winning streak. South Carolina added another loss at home, but after 
Christmas break Ole Miss remained undefeated at Tad Smith Coli- 
seum. 

The biggest victory for the Rebs came at the end of January with a 
79-68 upset of second-ranked Stephen F. Austin. Freshman center 
Justina Smith gave her most impressive performance of the year, hit- 
ting 12 of 15 second-half shots to end the game with 28 points. 

In most games, senior Peggie Gillom was the spark plug for the 
Lady Rebs. For the second year she was selected as a finaHst for the 
Margaret Wade trophy which goes to the country's best female bas- 
ketball player. The Southeastern region's coaches also picked her as 
co-MVP with Susan Taylor of Valdosta State. Gillom set Ole Miss 
records of 2486 points and 1271 rebounds, new marks for any Ole 
Miss athlete — male or female. 

Four Lady Rebels graduate, including Gillom, Jan Barnett, Renee 
Rutland and Lane Lockard. Three starters will be back and will be 
expected to provide the nucleus for the squad: Kris Stratton, a 6-1 
junior; Justina Smith, a 6-2 sophomore, and Carol Ross, a 5-9 senior. 

At least four freshmen will join Wanda Austin, Dana Fortenberry. 
Liz Marable and the returning starters as the Lady Rebels try to 
advance in national competition. The most attractive home schedule 
in the team's history will include home contests with Old Dominion. 
North Carolina, North Carohna State, LSU and Valdosta. 

With only two seniors and one junior, the 1980-81 squad will be 
young but enthusiastic and eager to make Ole Miss once again the 
top name for Mississippi college basketball. 

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CHEERLEADERS 




1. Johnny Reb in part of his pre-game exhibition. 2. Rebel Cheerleaders form a pyramid. 



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1. Rebel Cheerleaders, one of top five in 
nation last year. 2. Freshman Cheerleaders: 
Top: Leslie Andrews; Middle: Daphine 
Parks. Camille Fite. Julie Phillips, Meg 
Bickerstaff; Bottom: Scooter Yates, Laurie 
White — alternate, David Locke, Andrew 
Mangialardi — alternate, Frank Parker. 
Bryette Denton; not pictured: David Mes- 
ser. 3. Ty Cobb and Suzanne Chaney. 




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First Row, left to right; Lisa Connor, Mary Esslinger, Lori Woodward, Betsy O'Connor. Cathy Casteel, Estelle Hyde, Kelley Viner. Second Row, left to 
right: Head Coach |eanne Taylor, Vivian Langley, Gretchen Schlabach. Kim McFall, Martha Maroney, Frances Hicks. Trisha Easlburn, Becky Swords, 
Donna Stevens, Sandra Pope. 



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caliber in the region and competitive on 
a national basis . . . Jeanne Taylor 

CMC Miss Invilalional 1U/Z4/ /9 

OM def. Memphis State 15-13, IS-l 1 

OM dcf. UT-Martin 15-10, 15-1 

OM def. Miss Slate 15-13. 15-5 

Om dcf. Ark. Slate 15-11. 20-22, 15-12 

OM def Tulane 11-15, 15-1. 15-5 

OM dcf. Ark. Stale 15-7, 15-13 

OM def. Memphis State 15-9, 15-13 
MUW Invitational 

Memphis State def. OM 15-11, 15-13 

OM def. SW Louisiana 15-9, 15-6 

Alabama def. OM 15-13, 15-7 

OM def. New Orleans 15-10. 15-10 
Memphis Stale Invitational 

OM def. Louisville 15-11, 15-9 

OM def. Miss, Slate 15-8, 13-15. 15-4 

OM def, Memphis State 17-15, 15-12 

OMdef, MUW 15-13, 16-14 

OM def. UT-Martin 15-8. 15-12 

OM def. Arkansas State 15-7, 15-6 

Memphis Slate def. OM 15-10. 16-14, 15-8 
Princeton international 

OM dcf, George Washington 15-1, 15-6 

OM def. Queens 15-8, 15-9 

Delaware def. OM 1,5-1.3. 15-10 

Cincinnati def. OM 15-13, 15-8 

OM def. Charleston 1.5-5. 7-15. 15-11 

Rutgers def, OM 1 5-8. 15-2 
OM dcf, Memphis Slate 15-3, 7-1.5, 15-12, 6-15. 15-9 
OM def. Jackson State 1616, 15-13 
OMdef. MUW 15-4, 15-10 
OM def. Southern Miss. 15-2. 15-8 
OM def. Miss. Stale 16-14, 1.5-5 

Memphis State dcf. OM 12-15, 7-15. 1.5-4, 15-9, 16-14 

OM def. New Orleans 15-6, 15-9 

SW Louisiana def. OM 1,5-5. 10-15. 15-6 

OM def. SE Louisiana 15-6, 15-9 

Tulane def. OM 15-4, 15-9 

lackson Si. def. OM 15-3 

SEC Tournament 
OM def. Ms. State 14-16, 15-7. 8-15, 15-2, 15-12 
OM def. Auburn 15-10, 15-8 
OM def. Georgia 15-9, 15-7 
Alabama def, OM 15-8, 11-15, 16-14 
OM def, Vanderbilt 15-17, 15-2, 15-4 
LSU def, OM 16-14. 15-9, 15-13, 
Alabama def. OM 12-15, 15-5, 15-12 
MUW dcf. OM 15-6, 15-12 
OM def. Miss state 16-14, 15-8, 15-13 
MUW def. OM 15-10. 15-13 
OM def. Jackson St. 15-10, 13-15, 15-8 
MUW def. OM 15-10, 11-15. 16-14 





1, Trisha Eastburn sets for Betsy O'Conner. 2. Cathy 
Casteel hits as Lori Woodward, Estelle Hyde and 
Kim McFall look on. 



The 1979 Ole Miss Volleyball team com- 
piled a 23-6 record. At home Coach Jeanne 
Taylor has led her team to a 29-2 record 
for the past three years. Against other 
teams in the state the Lady Rebs were just 
as successful, winning 11 consecutive 
matches. 

Senior Cathy Casteel was selected the 
year's most valuable player. Casteel has 
gained all-tournament recognition in 
every tourney she has played in. Sopho- 
more setter Trisha Eastburn was recog- 
nized for her outstanding play in the Ole 
Miss Invitational and the Memphis State 
Classic. After advancing through state and 
regional competition, the Lady Rebels fin- 
ished Seventeenth. 



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The Ole Miss Men's Tennis Team posted a 15-12 tally 
this year. The Rebs finished ninth in SEC tourna- 
ment. Although the team will be relatively young in 
1980, Eric Umstead, Joel Mulkin and Kirk Farquhar 
will return and provide valuable experience. 



1. Joel Mulkin hits from 
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Left to Right: Earl Hassler 
— Ass't. Coach, Joel Mul- 
kin. David Tempieton. Joe 
Wys, Kirk Farquhar, Rich- 
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Kneeling, Left to Right: Ramona Kent, Catherine Yelverton, Renee Periera Noblin, Susan Roberts; Stand- 
ing: Nanette Thomas, Kathleen Jordan, Coach Billy Chadwick, Susan McMurray. 




Consistency is the word used 
to describe the Lady Rebels Ten- 
nis Team. Paced by #2 singles 
Catherine Yelverton and #5 sin- 
gles Ramona Kent, the Lady Rebs 
last spring won 14 consecutive 
state matches, 4 quadrangulars, 
and the state tourney for the 2nd 
year in a row. Yelverton has bro- 
ken all but one of the women's 
tennis records while compiling a 
26-6 slate. Kent's record of 23-7 
includes 31 set wins and only 7 
losses. Last season, these Lady 
Rebs won more matches than in 
any previous year. 




WOMEN'8 TENNI8 



1. Kasey Hughes hits a backhand. 2. Catherine Yelverton hits from the 
baseline. 



Women's Tennis — 105 




First Row. Left to Right: Greg Williams, Terry Christian, Scott Kenworthy, Steve Curtis, Steve Winkel, Greg Koenig, Chip Sammons, Randy Watkin; 
Second Row, Left to Right: Coach John Lang, Stan Hall, Kenny Bell, Mike Riley, Gregg Richey, Chris Mills, Bill Woodbury, Rich Kies, Scott Browr 
Head Coach Ernest Ross. 



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First Row, Left to Right: Chris West, Tony Green, Nate Elzir, Mark Farrar; Second Row: Mark Dove, Tab Bates, Ronnie Pearson, Mike Homan, Scott 
Kendricks; Third Row: Coach Joe Walker, Coach Dave Magraw, Bobby Goliday, John McDavid, Randy Dyess, Coach M. D. Cameron. 



Cross Country — 107 



LADY REBEL M-CLUB 

Top — LADY REBEL M-CLUB OFFICERS. Left to Right. Sitting: Paula 
Morgan — Secretary. Lori Woodward — President. Lane Lockard — Vice 
President: Standing: Kasey Hughes — Treasurer. Cathy Casteel — Ser- 
geant-at-Arms. Jan Barnett — Chaplain. Estelle Hyde — Historian, 
Wanda Austin — Historian. 

Bottom — LADY REBEL M-CLUB. Left to Right. First Row: Susan Rob- 
erts. Paula Morgan. Wanda Austin. Rita Dailey, Renee Rutland, Trisha 
Eastburn. Donna Stevens. Martha Maroney, Kasey Hughes, Estelle Hyde; 
Second Row: Ramona Kent, Kim McFall, Susan McMurray. Frances 
Hicks. Denise Barbieo. Carol Ross. Dana Fortenberry, Mary Esslinger, 
Catherine Yelverton. Kelli Viner, Lori Woodward, Jeanne Taylor — 
Sponsor; Third Row: Cathy Casteel, Jan Barnett, Lane Lockard, Peggy 
Gillom, Betsy O'Connor. Kris Stratton, Justina Smith, Liz Marable, 
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M-CLUB: Johnny Adams. Bart Boykin. |ay Bailey. Gary Brandon. Chris Barrett. Dan Cacamo, )eff Calhoun, Chip Connerly. Chris Cottom. Randy Coleman. Chuck Commiskey. Billy Denny. Sammy Duncan. 
Russ Dorris, Clay Ervvin. Jon Fabris. Danny Fischer. Denny Fuller. Mike Fountain. John Fourcade. Phil Freightman. Roger Gordon. Jim Hawkins — Social Chairman. Doug Holt, Eddie Householder, Tim 
Huff. Donnie Kisner, Johnny Johnson. James Jordan. Greg Jefcoat, Hoppy Langley. Jim Lear — President. Don Uoyd, Chuck Leggetl. Quentin McDonald. Jim Miller, Brian Moreland. Marc Massengale, 
Norman Miller, Kirk Morgan, John Peel, Jarretl Price, Gary Pickering — Sergeant-at-Arms, Tim Olt, Leon Perry. Mike Russell, Eric Smith — Secretary, Steve Searfoss. Norman Seawright — Sergeant-al- 
Arms, Jerry Spore, David Strang, Mike Summerlin, John Stroud, Mickey Thames, David Traxler — Vice President, Toby Turner, Ken Toler — Treasurer. Elston Turner. Terrence Walker. Brad White. Billy 
Wise. Phil Wyllie. 





Officers 1979-80: Left to Right —Toler, Lear, Hawkins, Traxler, Seawright, Pickering, Smith. 



M-Qub — 109 



OLE MI98 BASEBALL 



1. OUTFIELD: Left to Right, 
First Row: Mike Templeton, 
Marty McDermott, Johnny 
Mims, Lane Ball; Second 
Row: Joe Rizzo, Rusty Lan- 
phere, Greg Ott, Ronnie Rus- 
sell. 2. CATCHERS: Left to 
Right: Gary Pickering, Bart 
Boykin. 3. INFIELD: Left to 
Right, First Row: Cliff Ford, 
Mike Summerlin, David 
Strang; Second Row: Mark 
Carmichael, Mike Pomeranz, 
David Clements. 






no — Basnball 




PITCHERS: Left to Right, First Row: 
Johnny Adams, Darryl Graham, 
Randy Coleman, Albert Ward. Sec- 
ond Row: Tobby Turner, Jim Ed 
Slay, Mark Buys, Jeff Calhoun, Russ 
Davis. 




Left to Right, First Row: Forrest Phillips, Mike Summerlin, Marty McDermott, Darryl Graham, David Strang, Bart Boykin, Gary Pickering, Lane Ball, 
Albert Ward, Cliff Ford, Danny Smith. Second Row; Rick Zibilich, Johnny Adams, Johnny Mims, Mark Carmichael, Jim Ed Slay, Joe Rizzo, David Cle- 
ments, Mike Templeton, Rusty Lanphere, Greg Ott, Yogi Brown. Third Row: Head Coach Jake Gibbs, Tobby Turner, Mark Buys, Mike Pomeranz, Russ 
Davis, Randy Coleman, Jeff Calhoun, Ronnie Russell, Larry Williams. 



Baseball — 111 



BASEBALL 79 





112 — Baseball 




1. Russ Davis delivers a pitch. 2. Catcher Gary Pickering tries to pre- 
vent a stolen base. 3. First baseman Cliff Ford catches a runner off 
base. 4. Greg Ott awaits Bart Boykin at home plate. 



Baseball — 113 



With 16 lettermen returning from 
last year's 27-21 squad, experience 
was a key factor for the 1979 Ole 
Miss baseball team. Although the 
pitching staff was young, it posted a 
team ERA of 3.52 compared to the 
opponents' 4.23. 

The Rebels opened the season 
under Head Coach Jake Gibbs by 
posting wins over Livingston and 
Delta State. After a couple of losses 
to LSU the Johnny Rebs won twelve 
of their next fourteen games. During 




1. Home run ace Ronnie Russell at bat. 2. 
Greg Ott rounds third base. 3. Head Coach 
Jake Gibbs. 4. Ole Miss dugout. 5. Johnny 
Adams follows through on a pitch. 







114 — Baseball 



this stretch, Ole Miss swept series 
from Memphis State, Alabama, 
Moorehead State and Illinois Wes- 
leyan. A split bill with Indiana State 
and Tennessee were the only two 
losses. 

The Rebels then took another 
series from last year's SEC champion 
Auburn, but only after losing three 
from arch-rival Mississippi State. 
Next, Delta State and LSU handed 
Ole Miss three crucial losses which 
knocked the Rebs out of the race for 



the SEC pennant. Then, under the 
direction of eight-year veteran 
Coach Gibbs, the Rebs trounced 
non-conference foes Memphis State 
and Southern Mississippi. In the 
Southern Mississippi match Jeff Cal- 
houn fanned 14 batters, which is the 
third most strike-outs for a Rebel 
pitcher. 

The season ended with two more 
losses to Mississippi State and a third 
place finish in the Western Division. 
For the year the Rebels were 24-13 



and 9-10 in SEC play. Five of the SEC 
losses went to champion Mississippi 
State and four went to the second 
place LSU Bengals. Co-Captain Ron- 
nie Russell of Memphis overcame an 
early batting slump to finish with a 
3.11 average and lead the team in hits 
(37), doubles (9), triples (2), and RBI's 
(24) and won Western Division hon- 
ors. Outfielder Marty McDermott led 
the team in runs (28) while Mike 
Pomeranz managed 29 hits and 8 
doubles. 









. . . Having sixteen games rained 
out really hurt us. We weren't able 
to get valuable experience from 
playing these games . . . We used 
nine pitchers and had an overall 
combined ERA of 3.52 . . . Two of 
our freshmen really helped us . . . 
Overall the year was a good one 

• • • 

Jake Gibbs 
10/23/79 



Baseball 






The nature of human society 
dictates that a community will consist 
of those who lead and those who 
follow. Both groups are vital to the 
well-being of the community, and 
maintaining communication and 
cooperation between them is 
essential for success. 

The Ole Miss community fits this 
mold. Whether elected or appointed, 
the leaders at the University possess 
common characteristics that set them 
apart and render them fit to set the 
campus paces and lifestyles. 

The following pages feature the 
leaders at Ole Miss. Those in 
administrative positions make policy 
decisions and guide students. Those 
distinguished by judges or elections 
have excelled with God-given looks 
and/or personalities. Those who have 
achieved certain standards of 
academics, leadership and character 
are recognized by citation and 
membership in honor societies. 

Each leader makes unique 
contributions to the University while 
serving to preserve the Ole Miss 
tradition of excellence. 







Ldministration 
Features 



158 

174 




Thdsi- Who Do It Bcsl — 117 



118 — Honors 






HONORS 



LYDIA PRATHER, co-editor 
CATHY WILLS, co-editor 



Hall of Fame 


120 


Who's Who 


124 


Taylor Medals 


134 


Teacher of the Year 


135 


Honoraries 


136 



Honors — 119 



HALL OF FAME 

the highest honor 



JOHN INGRAM DELASHMET, JR. 

President of the Associated Student Body, John Delashmet 
is a Harry S. Truman Scholar with a 3.54 GPA. He is a mem- 
ber of Phi Eta Sigma, Lambda Sigma and Sigma Chi frater- 
nity. Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ingram Delashmet of Clin- 
ton, John has served as ASB Director of University Rela- 
tions, campus senator. Co-chairman of the Committee of 82 
and Ole Miss Ambassador. Listed in Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and Colleges, John has 
enjoyed working for higher education in the state. He feels 
that Ole Miss is unique in that it is an institution where any- 
one can achieve what he wants, both in and out of the class- 
room. He enjoys studying the culture of the South, water 
skiing, racquetball and painting. John hopes to pursue even- 
tually a law career. 



DOUGLAS JENNINGS GUNN 

Doug Gunn, a first-year law student, is President of Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa. He has served as President of Phi Eta 
Sigma and as ASB Director of Academic Affairs. He is a 
member of Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Delta Theta fraternity, and is 
listed in Who's Who Among Students in American Univer- 
sities and Colleges. Reading and photography occupy his 
leisure time and interests, along with all aspects of sports. 
Doug feels that extracurricular activities enhance the col- 
lege experience by exposing one to different people and 
views. The son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Gunn of Merid- 
ian, Doug plans to finish law school and open a practice in 
Mississippi. 





WILMA AYLEEN JOHNSON 

A Carrier Scholar from Leland, Wilma Johnson has served 
Ole Miss as President of the Association for Woman Stu- 
dents and was a national Vice President of the organization. 
Wilma has maintained a 3.5 GPA in four years of pharmacy 
school, and was selected for membership in Omicron Delta 
Kappa, Mortar Board, Lambda Sigma, Alpha Lambda Delta 
and Rho Lambda. Ole Miss has provided Wilma with ample 
outlets for her endless energy, which she feels is her best 
attribute. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Johnson, Jr., 
she was a campus senator for three years and served as 
Chairman of the Committee of 82. She has been Vice-Presi- 
dent of Delta Gamma sorority and was selected Campus 
Model Pledge and Campus Favorite. Wilma loves clothes 
and enjoys playing basketball, tennis and backgammon. 
After finishing pharmacy school, she hopes to attend medi- 
cal school and face the challenge of a profession in medi- 
cine. 



JOHN BUSBY STROUD 

John Stroud, son of Mrs. Frances Stroud Hill and the late 
Johnny Stroud of New Albany, is the leading career scorer 
in Ole Miss basketball history. He was elected to represent 
the University as Colonel Rebel, and has been named Ole 
Miss Athlete of the Year, All-SEC, Ail-American Honorable 
Mention and SEC Leading Scorer. John is co-captain of the 
basketball team, a member of the M-Club, Committee of 
100 and Sigma Nu Fraternity. He is a physical education 
major, campus senator and President of the Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes. Recognized by Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities and Colleges, John likes the 
outdoors and enjoys hunting, fishing, golf and all other 
team sports. He feels that Ole Miss's small and friendly 
campus is typical of true Southern hospitality. After gradu- 
ation, John would like to pursue a professional basketball 
career and later coach at either the high school or college 
level. 



HALL OF FAME 

the highest honor 



H^illnf Fdnu'— 121 



HUGH EARL TANNER 

Associated Student Body Treasurer Hugh Tanner is a mem- 
ber of Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega, Beta Gamma 
Sigma, Lambda Sigma, Phi Eta Sigma and Committee of 82. 
An accountancy major from Moss Point, Hugh has main- 
tained a 3.58 GPA while serving as president of Alpha Tau 
Omega Fraternity, Director of Student Services and campus 
senator. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wade Tanner, 
Hugh was recognized by Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges. He worked on the 1978 
OLE MISS and enjoys racquetball as a favorite pastime. 
Hugh feels that academics and activities go hand in hand in 
campus life, and working with and for people is his under- 
lying motivation. He is contemplating either a law profes- 
sion or a career in public accounting with a major firm. 



IRBY TURNER III 

Known to all as Buster, the Editor-in-Chief of the 1980 OLE 
MISS is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irby Turner, Jr. of Belzoni. 
An Accountancy major. Buster has served as President of 
Kappa Alpha Order and the Order of Omega, and was the 
1979 recipient of the Taylor Medal in Accountancy. Ole 
Miss has afforded Buster the opportunity for involvement 
in such honoraries as Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, 
Beta Alpha Psi, Phi Eta Sigma and Lambda Sigma. These 
organizations, along with a 3.95 GPA and participation in 
the Committees of 82 and 100, Ole Miss Ambassadors and 
the Dixie Week committee contributed to Buster's having 
been named 1979-80 ODK Leader of the Year. Buster enjoys 
music and amateur photography, and feels that Ole Miss 
provides the perfect environment for one to attain a healthy 
mix of academic excellence and extracurricular involve- 
ment. He believes that experience gained at the University 
wall prove invaluable in his career in public accounting. 



HALL OF FAME 

the highest honor 



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HALL OF FAME 

the highest honor 



MELANIE ANN WALKER 

Majoring in public administration, Melanie Walker of Jack- 
son serves as Chairman of the Student Football Ticket Pol- 
icy Committee. Melanie likes to stay active, as evidenced by 
her involvements at Ole Miss. A Campus Favorite, she is 
President of Panhellenic and is a member of Mortar Board, 
Rho Lambd^, Phi Beta Lambda and Ole Miss Ambassadors. 
A Pi Beta Phi sorority officer, she has served as President of 
Lambda Sigma and on various ASB and AWS committees 
while maintaining a 3.16 GPA. Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges has recognized her 
achievements. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie 
E. Walker of Jackson and her interests include current 
events, camping, scuba diving and traveling. Working with 
small children is one of Melanie's favorite pastimes. After 
graduation, she plans to pursue a job in public relations or 
sales. 



KATHY JOHNSON WILLIAMS 

The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grey Williams of 
Water Valley, Kathy has served as Vice President of the 
Associated Student Body. Government fascinates Kathy as 
demonstrated by her involvement in the ASB, Campus Sen- 
ate and Committee of 82. She has received the Phi Kappa 
Phi Freshman Award, was chosen Mortar Board Sopho- 
more Honor Girl and is listed in Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities and Colleges. A Campus 
Favorite, Kathy's honors include Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Mortar Board, Rho Lambda, Lambda Sigma and Alpha 
Lambda Delta. Kathy has served as AWS Treasurer, section 
editor of the OLE MISS and President of Phi Mu Sorority. 
She enjoys traveling, golf and water skiing, and feels that 
people are the major asset of Ole Miss. After graduating 
wdth a degree in Urban Administration, Kathy would like to 
embark on a career in which she can work closely with peo- 
ple. 



Hallof Fame — 123 



WHO'S WHO 

in American Universities 
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Kappa Delta Pi 
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Freshman Homecoming Maid 
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ASB President 

Harry S. Truman Scholar 

Committee of B2, Co-chairman 

Ambassador 

Lambda Sigma 

Phi Eta Sigma 





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SUSAN DEMENT 

ASB Secretary 
Campus Favorite 
Rho Lambda, Pr(;sident 
Mortar Board 
Lambda Sigma 
Sorority Officer 




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Lambda Sigma 
Campus Senator 
Ole Miss Ambassador 
Committees of 82 and 100 
Fraternity President 
Order of Omega 




Miss Mississippi 1977 

Miss University 1977 

Mortar Board 

Angel Flight Commander 

The Group 

Modeling Board 




Mortar Board, Historian 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Kappa Pi 
Art Director of Miss 

University Pageant 
Top Ten Best Dressed 



KATHY DUNAGIN 

DAILY MISSISSIPPIAN, 

Editor 
Sigma Delta Chi, President 
Women in Communications 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Public Relation Society 

of America 





Mortar Board 
Lambda Sigma 
Campus Senator 
Rho Lambda 
Committee of 100 
Sorority Officer 






Business School Presiden 
Beta Alpha Psi 
Order of Omega 
IFC, Treasurer 
Fraternity Presiden 
Committees of 82 and 100 



KATHERINEGOROVE 

Mortar Board 

Alpha Lambda Delta 

Sigma Tau Delta 

Phi Delta Phi 

Ole Miss Debate Team 

Pre-Lavv Society. Pn^sident 




COURTNEY HAMMOND 

Mortar Board 
Lambda Sigma 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Committee of 100 
Fraternity Sweetheart 
Sorority Officer 




Phi Ka|)pa Phi 
Omicron Delia Kappa 
Order of Omega 
Sigma Tau Delta 
Committee of 1(K) 
Fralernity Officer 







JAY HARRISON 

Omicron Delta Kappa 
I'hi Kappa Phi 
Lambda Sigma 
Ole Miss Band 
AnKTican Chemical Society, 
Presitlent 







KATE HOFFMAN 

Mortar Board, Vice-Presid(;nt 
Lambda Sigma 
Rho Lambda 
Panhellenic, Treasurer 
Modeling Board 
Beta Alpha Psi 




BILL HOWARD 

Phi Alpha Delta 
Moot Court Board. Chairman 
National Moot Court Team 
Law School Speakers Bureau 




WILMA JOHNSON 

AWS President 
Carrier Scholar 
Mortar Board 
Omicron Delta Kappa 
Campus Senator 
Campus Favorite 




JOHN JENKINS 

ASB Cabinet 
Sigma Tau Delta 
Kappa Kappa Psi 
Order of Omega 
Fraternity President 
IFC Judicial Council 



BOB HUMPHREY 

Phi Kappa Phi 
Omicron Delta Kappa 
Order of Omega 
Sigma Tau Delta 
Alpha Epsilon Delta 
Campus Senator 




WHO'S WHO 

in American Universities 
and Colleges 



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ALAN LEMLY 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Taylor Medal in Accountancy 

Beta Alpha Psi 

Beta Gamma Sigma 



ROSALIE 
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Mortar Board 
Lambda Sigma 
Sorority Officer 
Kappa Omicron Phi, Vice- 
President 
OLE MISS, Secretary 
Committees of 82 and 100 


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MARY BETH McMILLIN 

Phi Kappa Phi 
Mortar Board 
Angel Flight, Officer 
ABB Executive Secretary 
Committees of 82 and 100 
SNEA Treasurer 




LINDA MONK 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Taylor Medal in Philosophy 

Carrier Scholar 

Sigma Tau Delta, Secretary 

Lambda Sigma 

Alpha Lambda Delta, Treasurer 



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JAMES PETERSON 

Phi Delta Kappa 
Kappa Delta Pi 
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LISA PURSER 

Omicron Delta Kappa 
Mortar Board, Editor 
National Journalism Internship 
Campus Favorite 
DAILY MISSISSIPPL\N Staff 
Sorority Officer 



Who's Who— 129 




JOANN ROBERTS 

American Institute of Chemical 

Engineers, President 
Tau Beta Pi, Treasurer 
Engineering Student Body 

Executive Council 
Pi Mu Epsilon 




BOBBY SHARMAN 

Omicron Delta Kappa 
ASB Cabinet 
Lambda Sigma 
Committee of 100 
IPC Treasurer 
Fraternity Officer 




TOMMY SHEPHERD 



Beta Alpha Psi, President 
Omicron Delta Kappa, Vice- 
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IFC Vice President 
1979 OLE MISS Assistant Editor 
Order of Omega, Treasurer 
Lambda Sigma 




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M-Club. Officer 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
Financiers Club 



WHO'S WHO 

in American Universities 
and Colleges 



HUGH TANNER 

Omicron Delta Kappa 
ASB Treasurer 
Lambda Sigma, Treasurer 
Campus Senator 
Order of Omega 
Fraternity President 





SUE TUCKER 

Mortar Board 
Modeling Board 
AWS Executive Council 
Ole Miss Ambassador 
Phi Eta Sigma 



WHO'S WHO 

in American Universities 
and Colleges 





BUSTER TURNER 

OLE MISS, Editor 
Taylor Medal in Accountancy 
Fraternity President 
Order of Omega, President 
ODK Leader of the Year 
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M-Club 

Campus Crusade for Christ 
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Pre-season SEC Teams 




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Taylor Medal in Electrical 

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Phi Kappa Phi 
Carrier Scholar 
Tau Beta Pi, Vice-President 
Pi Mu Epsilon 
Eta Kappa Nu 



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ASB Vice-President 
Omicron Delta Kappa 
Mortar Board 
Campus Favorite 
Campus Senator 
Sorority President 




MARY MARTHA WILLIAMS 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Taylor Medal in History 

Alpha Lambda Delta, President 

Mortar Board 

Committees of 82 and 100 

Sorority Officer 




DOUG YARBROUGH 

Mortar Board 

Rho Lambda 

OLE MISS Section Editor 

Campus Favorite 

Ole Miss Ambassador 

Sorority Officer 



ROBIN YOUNG 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Jones Scholar 

Beta Alpha Psi, Treasurer 

Beta Gamma Sigma 

Sorority Officer 




Phi Kappa Phi 
Carrier Scholar 
Chi Epsilon, President 
Taylor Medal 
American Society of Civil 
Engineers, Vice-President 



Who's Wh.. 




TAYLOR MEDALS 




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Allen G. Jones 
William A. Lemly 
Linda R. Monk 
Cathy A. Morris 
Lee Ann Porter 
Gary Wade Sharp 
William P. Taylor 
Irby Turner III 
Martha Marie White 
Mary M. Williams 




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Reatha Huey Clark 
David N. DeLeeuw 
Cheryl D. Fortenberry 
Linda Carol Fortner 
Teresa Lane Greer 
Timothy E. McCrary 
Richard M. Outzen 
Leslie Claire Scott 
Jimmie R. Sledge 
William A. Walker 
Mary Elane White 
Charles F. Wurth 



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Tenure Denial 
Mars Award 

Unusual circumstances surrounded the announce- 
ment of the 1979 Teacher of the Year. Dr. James Men- 
gert, recipient of the award, did not receive tenure 
and consequently chose to leave Ole Miss. 

The denial of Dr. Mengert's tenure sparked contro- 
versy. Students charged that the administration was 
systematically getting rid of good teachers. 

"Dr. Mengert's case is a classic example of what the tenure 
process is doing. There is no question about whether he 
deserved the award or whether he deserved tenure. I can't 
support a university which obviously doesn't have the same 
standards that I have. The administration sets standards, but 
they don't go by the spirit of the standards." Linda Monk, sen- 
ior 

"Dr. Mengert's extraordinary knowledge of his subject matter 
gave him an ability to convey a certain logic in the writing of 
literature. He applied the history of the times to various char- 
acters and gave an insight into why they acted the way they 
did. His denial of tenure by the university exemplifies the 
concern for appearance and the political trifles which abound 
on this campus and keep it from becoming an outstanding 
institution." Bobby Leatherman, sophomore 

The Outstanding Teacher Award recognizes fac- 
ulty members whose teaching ability has gained 
exceptional respect from students. Alumni, faculty, 
and students themselves nominate candidates. 
Teaching ability, service to the university and excel- 
lence in research are criteria for granting tenure. 
Decisions lie with the tenured faculty and the admin- 
istration. 

Dr. Mengert was an assistant professor of English. 
He came to Ole Miss in 1972 and served as Director 
of Graduate Studies in English from 1975 until 1978. 
He had nothing to say regarding the tenure situation. 
"All of that is behind me, but I'm still glad that I got 
the award." 



Teacher of the Year — 135 



OMICRON 
DELTA 
KAPPA 



Doug Gunn 

Tommy Shepherd 

Neal Graham 

Dr. James Jones, Jr. 

Dr. Frankhn E. Moak 

Mr. Harry Eugene Peery 

Dr. Donald S. Vaughan 



President 
Vice-President 
Treasurer 
Faculty Secretary 
Voting Faculty Member 
Voting Faculty Member 
Voting Faculty Member 



Omicron Delta Kappa is a national leadership honor society which 
maintains that representatives in all phases of college life should co-oper- 
ate in worthwhile endeavors, and that outstanding students, faculty and 
administrators should meet on a basis of mutual interest, understanding 
and helpfulness. 

Members are chosen for their leadership contributions and scholastic 
achievement. Five areas offer the criteria for the evaluation of prospective 
members. These are: scholarship, athletics, social and student body activi- 
ties, publications and the arts. 




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Donald Harold Allen 
Thomas Michael Austin 
Frank Hall Bailey 
James Arden Barnett, Jr. 
Christopher Baxter 
William Glynn Biddy 
David Franklin Broome 
Cheri Lynne Brown 
James Patrick Caldwell 
Michael Cruse Corso 
David Wayne Dogan 
William Nail Fry IV 
Alvert Neal Graham 
Clinton Arnott Graham 
Paul Rivers Grass 
Michael Duane Greer 
Douglas Jennings Gunn 
James Lawrence Guyton 
Roy Franklin Harmon 
John Caldwell Harrison 
John Mark Holliday 
Harvey Gresham Hudspeth 



William Robert Humphrey 
Mayne Rose Jackson 
Sonja Anne Jenkins 
Wilma Ayleen Johnson 
Allen Gafford Jones 
Gary Kenton Jones 
Mark Jackson Kellum 
Edwin Jeff Kennedy 
Nell Moseley King 
Michael Barry Landess 
Joseph Williams Martin, Jr. 
William Currie Martin 
Clark Wharton Mason 
Burwell Beeman McClendon III 
Revel Mansell McCord 
David Orris McCormick 
Dana Ann Palmieri 
Patti Jeanette Patterson 
Daniel Morris Phillips 
William Angelo Primos 
Lisa Gayle Purser 



William Richard Rushing 
William Robert Sharman 
Thomas Banks Shepherd 
John Britt Smith 
Stanley Quentin Smith 
David Glenn Spear 
Hugh Marion Stephens, Jr. 
Nora Frances Stone 
Daniel Bobby Story, II 
Gary Wood Stringer 
Hugh Earl Tanner 
James Martin Tucker 
James Russell Tucker 
Irby Turner III 
John Ernest Wade, Jr. 
William Lee Watt 
Amy Mae Webb 
Timothy Galen Weeks 
Thomas Allen Wicker 
Wanda Kay Wiles 
Kathy Johnson Williams 



Leadership Honorary 




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Wanda Kay Wiles 
Katherine Ann Hoffman 
Robin Lyn True 
Joseph D. Oliver III 
Claire Bess Duff 
Lisa Gayle Purser 




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President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Historian 

Editor 



Established originally as a national senior women's honor society, Mor- 
tar Board is now one of the highest senior honor groups for both men and 
women. Tassels, the local chapter, has been an active part of the Ole Miss 
campus since its founding in 1939. Mortar Board limits its membership to 
thirty five. Selections are based on leadership, scholarship, and service. 

Mortar Board is a society that challenges the individual and the group to 
provide thoughtful leadership to the campus and community, to create an 
environment of effective communication and to move toward a meaning- 
ful goal. 



Diane Kaye Beebe 
Louise Allen Burke 
Brenda Jean Byers 
Phillis Albertha Dale 
Susan Lynn Dement 
Mary Lawrence Donnelly 
Claire Bess Duff 
Elizabeth Ann Ederer 
Kalhie Darlene English 
Katherine Marie Gorove 
Martha Courtney Hammond 
Katherine Ann Hoffman 



Cynthia Lynn Hooker 
Margaret Lane Hughston 
Wilma Ayleen Johnson 
Rosalie McCullough 
Michael S. McKay 
Mary Elizabeth McMillin 
Jennifer Lynn Moorhead 
Lee Joy Moss 
Joseph D. Oliver III 
Dana Ann Palmieri 
Mary Lise Patterson 
Patti Jeanette Patterson 




Lee Ann Porter 
Lisa Gayle Purser 
Evelyn Suzanne Tatum 
Robin Lyn True 
Sandra Suemelia Tucker 
Melanie Ann Walker 
Wanda Kay Wiles 
Kathy Johnson Williams 
Mary Martha Williams 
Cathy Ann Wills 
Mae Douglas Yarbrough 



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Senior Honorary 




MORTAR 



BOARD 



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Jf^fDED 



ACTIVE MEMBERS 
Charles C. Alexander 
Frank A. Anderson 
Russell E. Aven 
Mary Carolyn Baggett 
Charles M. Billingsley, Jr. 
Lee N. Bolen 
W. Alton Bryant 
Austin W. Bunch 
Chalmers M. Butler 
Carrie E. Byrd 
J. Allen Cabaniss 
Charles D. Cannon 
Mary Jane Causey 
William M. Causey 
Bela J. Chain 
Noel A. Childress 
Adrienne R. Cole 
James R. Cook 
Mary Neill Duvall 
Porter L. Fortune. Jr. 
Betty M. Fulwood 
Dewey D. Garner 
W. Parks Grant 
Euphiazene Gray 
Jeanne L. Holley 
H. Ted Huddleston 
Maeburn B. Huneycutt 
Harriet J. Jackson 
Janet S. Jones 
Robert L. Jordan 
Richard E. Keye 
Arthur B. Lewis 
Dixie C. Manning 
Henry Franklin Martin 
Annie Elizabeth Mills 
H. R. Mitchell. Jr. 
Sylvester A. Moorhead 
Carl W. Nabors 
Charles E, Noyes 
Harry Eugene Peery 
Kathryn P. Pinkston 
S. N. Prasad 
Thomas M. Pullen 
Maynard W. Quimby 
Richard Raspet 
Joseph Sam 
David G. Sansing 
James S. Sellers 
Thomas R. Sharpe 
Barbara G. Sjaw 
Jean M. Shaw 
Roy D. Sheffield 
Alliston Slado 
Ronald B. Smith 
Susan Snell 
Christine B. Stokes 
Russel A. Stokes 
William E. Strickland 



Pamela A. Strum 
Judith D. Trott 
Ellis E. Ticker 
Krista H. Vernon 
Max L. Waldrop 
Juliet H. Walton 
Jerry Lee Wesfbrook 
JohnD. Williams 
Parham H. Williams 
Polly F. Williams 
Donald R. Wilton 
Te-Kao Wu 
Gerald W. Walton 

UNDERGRADUATES 
Jo- Ann Marshall Allen 
Abdulrahman Ahmad Arkadan 
Eunice Naugle Aycock 
Theresa Amelia Belenchia 
William Hubert Berry 
Eleanor Diane Bounds 
Charles Bictor Brown, Jr. 
Beverly Gayle Brownlee 
James Robertus Bunting, Jr. 
Joe Hand Campbell, Jr. 
Mark Priestly Caraway 
Nancy Jo Chism 
Kerry W. Commander 
James Joseph Cook 
Deborah Martin Crawford 
Carol June Crellin 
Nancy Mae Davis 
John Edwin Dodd 
Jami Madderra Duff 
Sylvia June Dye 
Chesterfield Featherston 
Donald Garth Fisher 
William Nail Fry 
Eugene L. Gathright, II 
David Wayne Gibson 
Li.sa Ann Wright Goldner 
Roy Franklin Harmon, III 
Mary E. M. Harrington 
John Caldwell Harrison 
Anne Allen Hart 
Elizabeth Susan Henderson 
Ronald Lee Hendrix 
Toufic Mustapha Hijazi 
William Robert Humphrey 
Gina Marie Jacabs 
Allen Gafford Jones 
Nancy Marie Jones 
Zora Kaifez 

Edwin Gilmer Kennedy 
Karla Faye Lokey 
David Anthony Magusiak 
Burwell B. McClendon, III 
Margaret Page McCuIlen 



Sherry Suzette McFerrin 
Betty Williams Mcintosh 
Hermine Herring McLarty 
Mary Elizabeth McMillin 
Linda Renee Monk 
Stephen Quay Montgomery 
Gary Hersche! Morgan 
Cathy Ann Morris 
Lee Joy Moss 
Judy Carol Mullins 
Ramon Monroe Napier 
Dana Ann Palmieri 
Mary Susan Parke 
Lee Ann Porter 
William Angelo Primos 
Thomas Albert Quigley 
Tracey Carol Renfro 
Ronald Neal Rich 
Rhona Alter Runnels 
Gary Wade Sharp 
Elizabeth Clark Shivers 
Jessica Leigh Sibley 
Sue Ellen Smith 
Hugh Marion Stephen, Jr. 
John Mark Swartzendruber 
Richard Riley Sweat 
Gail Kay Trapp 
Bryon Shane Tucker 
James Martin Tucker 
Sandra Suemelia Tucker 
Irby Turner, III 
David Arthur Barner 
Cynthia Annette Wall 
Terry Nolan Waller 
Linda Sue Welch 
Karen F. West 
Linda Carol White 
Martha Marie While 
Mary Martha Williams 
Cathy Ann Wills 
Charles Lloyd Wilson 
Robin Lane Young 

GRADUATE SCHOOL 
Cynthia Lynn Bagwell 
Pamela Faye Caffey 
Dennis Cash 

Diane McCullough Clarke 
Ann Crigler 
Michael James Funk 
James Craig Gibson 
Carolyn Ann Harman 
William Andrew Ivy 
Cecil Donald Livingston 
Margaret Ann Partridge 
Charlene Anne Reese 
Robert John Tomaszewski 
Charles Floyd Willetts 



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Phi Kappa Phi is the highest scholastic honor which a student may receive at 
the University of Mississippi. The primary objective of the honor society is to 
recognize and encourage superior scholarship in all academic disciplines. 

To be elected to membership, an undergraduate student must be a senior or 
second semester junior exhibiting high standards of scholarship and character. 
Graduate students must have distinguished records placing them among the 
ablest in their classes. Election of faculty denotes a significant contribution to 
their field. 



Dr. M. B. Honeycutt 
Dr. Sale Randle 
Robert Stanley Hall 
Linda R. Monk 
Karen F. West 
Dr. Jean Jones 
Dr. Roscoe Boyer 
Dr. Christine B. Stokes 



President 
President-elect 
Honor Vice President 
Honor Vice President 
Honor Vice President 
Vice President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



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Gary Kendell Aldridge 
Robin Kimberly Alsobrooks 
Laura Raye Alvey 
James Harry Armstrong 
Douglas C. Altenbern, Jr. 
Elizabeth Shelby Bailey 
Barry Dean Bertlet 
Marshall Jones Bouldin IV 
Judith Lynn Bradley 
Lynne Allison Brown 
Allison Bulsterbaum 
Cynthia Ann Cole 
Charles Martin Dunagin, Jr. 
Orrin Wendell Edwards, Jr. 
Eleanor Allen Gill 
Michael Kevin Graves 



Carolyn Cooper Heard 
William Edgar Holcomb III 
John Mark Holliday 
Betsy Diane Hood 
Marian Frances Jones 
Steven Williams Laird 
Andrew King Lockett 
Craig Alan Lovell 
Heather McCluskey 
Evana Shelby McKay 
Marion Sheldon Miles 
Cheryl Ann Myers 
Charles Daniel Owens 
Michael Riddell Pruett 
Janet Kimberly Pruette 



Shannon Kay Quiriconi 
Felicia Ann Rabito 
James Stevenson Ray 
Mary Scott Rosser 
Margaret Ann Ruff 
William Jeffrey Rutland 
Meredith Lynn Schmieg 
Sharon Louise Smith 
George Martin Street, Jr. 
Robert Hallock Turner 
Melissa Walker 
Lee Ann Voorhies Vaught 
Jane Catlin Wiley 
Helen Amanda Williford 
Tena Louise Yeager 



Lambda Sigma is a national sophomore honor society whose purpose is 
to foster leadership, scholarship, fellowship and the spirit of service 
among university students, to promote leadership among freshmen and to 
serve and promote the interests of the University in every way possible. 
All freshmen with a minimum grade point average of 2.75 may apply for 
membership in Iota Chapter. Selection is made in the spring by a commit- 
tee composed of active Lambda Sigma Society members and other student 
leaders. 





Michael Riddell Pruett 
Orrin Wendell Edwards, Jr. 
Andrew King Lockett 
Steven Williams Laird 
Evana Shelby McKay 
Allison Bulsterbaum 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Rituals 

Publicity 




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LAMBDA 
SIGMA 



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Robin K. Alsobrooks 
Douglas C. Altenbern, Jr. 
Jamie Elizabeth Ambrose 
Mark David Anderson 
Mary Katherine Austin 
Kathryn Suzanne Baker 
Shelia Sue Baldwin 
Donna McGraw Ballard 
Marcia Ann Belencia 
Barry Dean Bertolet 
Tony Keith Bond 
Marshall Jones Bouldin IV 
Kathryn Ann Brabec 
Judith Lynn Bradley 
Lynne Allison Brown 
Allison A. Bulsterbaum 
Emily Anne Burgess 
Doris Ann Burns 
Jack James Carrel, Jr. 
Lindsey Susan Chester 
Rosalyn Clark 
Robert S. Corkern 
Carolyn Drew Cromartie 
David Elliot Dauenhauer 
Angela Denise Dickson 




David Isamu Doorenbos 
Jamie Cooper Dupuy 
Mable Scott Eason 
Lee Collins Ellison 
Jan Meredith Ferrill 
Lea Murray Fisher 
Elizabeth Jane Foote 
Sheri Foshee 
Patti Neal Freemyer 
Ronatta Deanne Garrett 
Baher A. Ghosheh 
Sharon Ann Goodwin 
John Hall Grayson, Jr. 
Connie Frances Green 
Dondra Juanell Green 
Carolyn Cooper Heard 
Matthew Stephen Heiter 
Wendy Lynn Holdorf 
Betsy Dianne Hood 
Becky Ann House 
Rebecca H. Johnston 
Melissa Irene Jones 
Karen Anne Kahler 
Ainslie Sadihu Kemokai 
Angela Marie Killegrew 



Steven Williams Laird 
Carolyn E. Laugenour 
Melanie Ledyard 
Charlotte Martin 
Elizabeth B. Martin 
Gary Bernard Massanti 
Marketta Jo McAtee 
Heather McCluskey 
Evana Shelby McKay 
Paul K. McLain III 
Carolyn Doris Millard 
Melissa Moffatt 
Pamela Ann Moorhead 
Paula Lee Morgan 
Sherry Lorraine Moss 
Jennifer Linn Moss 
Joel White Mulkin 
James Harvey Neeld IV 
Toby Kyle Nutt 
Jack Bane Pearson 
Jamie Carolyn Penny 
Quang Quoc Phan 
Emily Brant Phillips 
Tim Phillips 



Betty Lou Porter 
Martha Susan Ray 
Terry A. Robertson 
Max Alan Rosentretes 
Margaret Ann Ruff 
Meredith Lynn Schmeig 
Susan Schove 
Inge Paulette Smith 
Sharon Louise Smith 
Nancy EdlinTatum 
Lisa Terracina 
David Terreson 
Virginia Ann Tohill 
Danny Earl Turman 
Robert Hallock Turner 
James R. Truax 
Lee Ann Voorhies Vaught 
David Peebles Webb 
Charles Royal White, Jr. 
Stacy Ann White 
Jane Catlin Wiley 
Lori Ann Williams 
Mei Wong 
Jean Elizabeth Ezell 



The purpose of Alpha Lambda Deha, a national honor society are: to 
encourage superior scholastic achievement among first year students in 
colleges and universities, to promote intelligent living and a continued 
high standard of learning, and to assist v^omen and men in recognizing 
and developing meaningful goals for their roles in future life. Membership 
at the University of Mississippi is open to freshmen vi^ho meet the mini- 
mum scholastic requirement. A student must maintain a 3.5 G.P.A. after 
his first semester or as a combined average of first and second semesters. 



Robin Kimberly Alsobrooks 
Becky Ann House 
Inge Paulette Smith 
Barry Dean Bertolet 
Dondra Juanell Green 
Paul King McLain III 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Publicity 

Historian 



ALPHA 
LAMBDA 
DELTA 




AAA — 143 



Bill Wells 

Bobby Leatherman 

Paul Knight 

John Holliday 

Ron Hendrix 

Dr. Frederick Laurenzo 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Senior Advisor 
Faculty Advisor 



Phi Eta Sigma was founded for the sole purpose of encouraging high scholas- 
tic achievement among freshman students in institutions of higher learning. The 
organization operates under the assumption that attainment of good grades 
early in one's college career serves as a strong incentive for a continued high 
level of academic performance in subsequent years and thus benefits the stu- 
dent as well as the university community. In seeking to encourage scholarship, 
the Ole Miss chapter of Phi Eta Sigma sponsors several activities designed to 
benefit the academic population on campus. 



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Ambrose P. Abuto 
James R. Aldridge 
Danold H. Allen 
Robin Alsobrooks 
Douglas Altenbern, Jr. 
Mark D. Anderson 
Tunstall C. Anderson 
Wendy Rae Ashbury 
Joseph D. Bailey III 
Shelia Baldwin 
James B. Barlow 
Julie T. Barlow 
Vickie N. Beardain 
Johnny M. Belenchia 
Henry M. Bellamy III 
Barry D. Berlolet 
William G. Biddy 
Mike Connor Biggs 
Marshall ]. Bouldin IV 
James Jeffery Boyd 
Judith L. Bradley 
William R. Bradley, Jr. 
Anne Neville Brady 
David F. Broome 
Charles V. Brown, Jr. 
Lynne Allison Brown 
Beverly G. Brownlee 
Calvin D. Buchanan 
Jeff Lee Burkhalter 
Doris Ann Burns 
Joe H. Campbell, Jr. 
Charles T. Cannada 
Mark P. Carraway 
Jack James Carrel 
John W. Chambers, Jr. 
Ralph K. Chapman 
David Arthur Childress 
Charles A. Chisholm 
Rosalyn Clark 
Stuart H. Clark 
James Thomas Coleman 
James Joseph Cook 
Frank Willie Cox 
John Lowery Cox 
Caroline Drew Cromartie 
Robert A. Crone 
Danny L. Crotwell 
David Merril Cummings 
William C. Daniel 
Brain Lee Davis 



Kenneth A. DeCoursey 
John I. DeLashmet 
Lisa D. Denley 
Kenneth W. DeTurk 
Angela D. Dickson 
John E. Dilley 
John Edwin Dodd 
David I. Doorenbos 
Julie A. Drury 
David Lynn Duck 
Claire B. Duff 
Charles Dunagin, Jr. 
Jamie C. Dupuy 
Orrin W. Edwards 
Kathie English 
Marilyn A. Ertle 
Elisha C. Ezenta 
C. Dillard Featherstone 
Daine Ferguson 
Alison A. Fessler 
William Fisher IV 
Teresa L. Fong 
Emily Fortenberry 
Linda Fortune 
Henry C. Fox 
Roy Cecil Fox 
William A. Freeman 
James R. Frees 
Roy H. Furrh 
William Nail Fry, IV 
Alan A. Gillis 
Larry L. Gooch 
Katherine Gorove 
Clinton A. Graham 
Paul R. Grass 
James Gregory Graves 
Daniel T. Gray 
John Hall Grayson 
Ike C. Griffith 
Dourlas Jennings Gunn 
James L. Guyton 
Michael Haas, Jr. 
Harold H. Hankings 
Edwin York Hannon 
Roy F. Harmon 
John C. Harrison 
Rex Dillion Harvey 
Carolyn C. Heard 
Ronald L. Hendrix 
William Holcomb, III 



John Mark HoUiday 
Michael W. Hubbert 
William Robert Humrey 
Richard S. Igwike 
Charles Jackson III 
Gina Marie Jacobs 
Charles Michael Jenkins 
William B. Johnson 
Wilma Ayleen Johnson 
Allen G. Jones 
Thomas L. Joyner III 
Mark L. Kelly 
Mark Jackson Kellum 
Samuel Barn Kendricks 
Edwin Jeff Kennedy 
Kimberly A. Kennedy 
Laurue E. Kennedy 
Nell Mosley King 
Paul Ford Knight 
Ricky Allen Knox 
John M. Kuykendall 
Steven William Laird 
Robertson Leatherman 
Kelli Anne LeBlanc 
Melanie Ledyard 
Sanford Hopkins Levings 
Christopher Lockard 
Andrew K. Lockett 
Joe K. Lockwood 
Randall G. Long 
Craig A. Lovell 
Aubrey B. Lucas 
Clark W. Mason 
Clyde S. Maxcy 
William T. Mays, Jr. 
Gery B. Mazzanti 
Steven M. McAffee 
Burwell McClendon III 
Heather McClusky 
Marilyn M. McClusky 
John S. McDavid 
Paul L. McLain 
David B. McLaurin 
Eugene D. McNally 
Patrick W. McNulty 
Carol M. Mcgehee 
Linda Renee Monk 
Malcolm Sidney Moore 
Richard C. Moore 
Tamara Moore 



Jerry A. Morgan 
Allen M. Mothershed 
Joel White Mulkin 
Michael A. Naaman 
Mark Lee Nave 
James H. Noeld, IV 
Johnny D. Neely 
Melany Cheryl Neilson 
Toby Kyle Nutt 
Alphonsus I. Nwanonyi 
Adegboyega Oke 
David A. Otto 
Jamie Carolyn Penny 
Jeanne E. Phillips 
Randall Ponder 
Johnny W. Pope 
Pamela Prather 
William A. Primos 
Michael R. Pruet 
Miles T. Quattlebaum 
Thoams A. Quigley 
Shannon Quiriconi 
Felicia A. Rabito 
Kevin Russell Rardin 
Gerald J. Reihson III 
Tracy C. Renfroe 
Ronald Neal Rich 
Louis E. Ridgway III 
Ann B. Riley 
Julian W. Rives 
James G. Rodgers 
Bruce C. Romine 
Mary Scott Rosser 
James T. Rossitti 
Amy Elizabeth Rozell 
Margaret A. Ruff 
William R. Rushing 
Judy A. Russell 
Lucius F. Sama III 
Eric Matthew Saul 
Sidney Milton 
Scarborough 
Carl Gerard Schott 
Eric Robert Schott 
Robert S. Shaw, Jr. 
Gene G. Sheffield 
Thommy B. Shepherd 
Richard Newman 
Sherman 
Jessica Leigh Sibley 



Joseph Leonard Slater 
John Britt Smith 
Cynthia J. Smith 
David Glenn Spear 
Alfred J. Spencer 
Susan S. Spicer 
Hugh M. Stephens 
Bernard S. Stokes 
Louis J. Stokes 
Daniel B. Story 
David Mark Sullivan 
Mary Ann Summers 
Julian Jackson Swain 
Hugh Earl Tanner 
William B. Taylor 
William S. Terney 
David Whitten Terreson 
Kenneth P. Toler 
Elizabeth C. Tolley 
David A. Treutel, Jr. 
Ho Yuen Edmond Tsang 
Byron S. Tucker 
James M. Tucker 
Sandra S. Tucker 
Danny E. Turman 
Irby Turner III 
Samuel H. Varner 
Lee Ann Vaught 
Walter C. Vick, Jr. 
Barbara G. Walker 
Tommy Tilden Wammack 
Albert Manning Ward 
William Lee Watt 
David Peebles Webb 
Timothy G. Weeks 
Bert A. Welch III 
William P. Wells 
Charles R. White 
Stacy Ann White 
Shelby L. Wilborne 
Wanda Kay Wiles 
James Ted Wilkins, Jr. 
Alan Thorns Williams 
Lori Ann Williams 
Merril B. Williams 
Randall E. Williamson 
James Hunter Wise 
Frank Snyder York 
Jerry Keith Young 



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Lexanne Arnold 
Lynn Bellenger 
Cissye Brandon 
Patsy Brooks 
Louise Burk 
Phyllis Dale 
Susan Dement 
Kim Denton 
Judy DeShong 
Jan Duruy 
Kathy English 
Dee Graff 
Ann Harwell 
Kate Hoffman 
Cindy Hooker 
Peg Hughston 



Wilma Johnson 
Nell King 
Julie Livingston 
Leigh Lovett 
Melanie Marks 
Rosalie McCullough 
Michelle McDonald 
Hermine McLarty 
Jennifer Moorhead 
Dana Palmiere 
Patti Patterson 
Janice Punshon 
Lisa Purser 
Cindy Reeves 
Julie Siera 



Margaret Stephenson 
Ginger Stribling 
Melinda Summers 
Suzanne Ulmer 
Melanie Walker 
Patrice Watson 
Hilda Welsch 
Kathy Williams 
Mary Martha Williams 
Cathy Wills 
Julie Winters 
Molly Woodruff 
Doug Yarbrough 
Kathy Young 
Robin Young 



Rho Lambda, The National Panhellenic Recognition Society, honors those 
women within Panhellenic who have been outstanding in the display of demon- 
strated leadership ability and loyalty to Panhellenic and to their sorority. Only 
active members in their junior or senior years are eligible. An overall average of 
2.3 is required for membership. A maximum number of members to be elected 
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Susan Dement 
Phyllis Dale 
Ginger Stribling 
Julie Livingston 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 




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Don Allen 

Mark A. Altimer 

Charles E. Black 

Joel Bobo 

Jeffery Boyd 

David Broome 

Walace A. Burnes 

Joe Henry Byrd, Jr. 

James Pat Caldwell 

William S. Carter, Jr. 

Richard L. Case 

Mike Corso 

John DeLashmet 

Eric Hardy Donahue 

John Dowdle 

Frederick West Garraway 

Steven B. Garrett 

Robert G. Germany 

Joe Getz 

Albert N. Graham 

Clinton A. Graham 



Paul Grass 
Ike Griffith 
Thomas Grisham 
Douglas J. Gunn 
James L. Guyton 
Kerry W. Hamilton 
Roy F. Harmon 
Markland R. Headley 
Leslie D. HoUeman 
Paul Bryan Howell 
Jeff Hubbard 
William R. Humphrey 
Joe Jenkins 
Jeff Gilmer Kennedy 
Charles B. Kruger 
Edward Laird Hi 
Mike Landess 
Edward Earl Lawler, Jr. 
Joe Martin 
Robert (Sam) Martin 
Clark Mason 



Tad Mays 
Burwell McLendon 
Anse McLaurin 
Eugene D. McNally 
Hugh Nick Merritt 
Sid Moore 
Henry Mounger 
Michael A. Naaman 
Robert J. Neeley 
LeRoy H. Paris II 
John Pearson 
Daniel M. Phillips 
Mark Phillips 
Bill Primos 
Thomas T. Ross, Jr. 
James Rossitti 
William Sharman 
Thomas B. Sheperd 
David Spear 
Alfred J. Spencer 
Hugh M. Stephens 



Danny Story 
David Sullivan 
Hugh Earl Tanner 
Daoeny R. Taylor 
Mike Tramel 
James (Marty) Tucker 
Irby (Buster) Turner 
Sam Varner 
John E. Wade 
Tommy Wammack 
William Lee Watt 
T. Kenneth Watts 
James Ted Wilkins, Jr. 
James Hunter Wise 
FACULTY MEMBERS: 
Mr. Bobby Towery 
Dr. George M. Street 
Dr. James Jones, Jr. 
Dr. James Davis 
Mr. Harry E. Peery 
Mr. Thomas Reardon 



A national leadership honor society for outstanding Greeks, the Order of 
Omega exists to recognize those fraternity men who have attained a high stand- 
ard of leadership in interfraternity activities, to encourage them to continue to 
strive toward excellence, and to inspire others to work for similar conspicuous 
attainment. Order of Omega rush is conducted during the fall and spring with 
each fraternity being allowed to nominate rushees from its active membership. 
Each year, membership is limited by pledging no more than 3% of the total num- 
ber of enrolled fuUtime fraternity men. 




Buster Turner 
Johnny Wade 
Jeff Kennedy 
Lee Watt 
Bob Humphrey 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Social Chairman 



ORDER 
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OMEGA 



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ALPHA 
EPSILON 
DELTA 



Jeff Kennedy 
Joe Campbell 
Anthony Sang 
Jay Harrison 
James Cook 
Gene Sheffield 
Richard Rushing 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Historian 

Activities Chairman 

Program Chairman 



Since AEA's formation in 1926, it has become the world's largest body 
devoted to premedical education. The object of the society is to encourage and 
recognize excellence in premedical scholarship; to stimulate an appreciation of 
the importance of premedical education in the study of medicine; to promote 
co-operation and contacts betw^een medical and premedical students and edu- 
cators in developing an adequate program of premedical education; and to use 
its knowledge for the benefit of health, organization, charities and the commu- 
nity. 




Stephen Adam 
Michael Albert 
James Barlow 
John Beddingfield 
Diane Beebe 
Henry M. Bellamy 
John T. Black, Jr. 
James J. Boyd 
Janet Braswell 
Charles Brown 
Joe H. Campbell 
Neil T. Carstens 
David A. Chalk 
William Charlton 
James Joseph Cook 
William Daggett 
Phyllis Dale 
David Daugherty 
Roy Whitt Deal 
Charles Deaton 
Kenneth Decoursey 
John E. Dodd 
Thomas Feduccia 
Diane Ferguson 
Donald Fisher 
Teresa Fong 
Henry C. Fox 
Michael Graeber 



James L. Guyton 
John Harrison 
Elizabeth Henderson 
Joseph E. HoUey 
Liang Sing Huang 
Michael Wayne Hubbert 
William Humphrey, Jr. 
Kurt D. Johnson 
Allen C. Jones 
Mark J. Kellum 
Edwin J. Kennedy 
Michael Landess 
Aaron C. Lerner 
Steve E. Magee 
David Magusiak 
Marilyn McCluskey 
Carl McAllister 
Judy McHenry 
Eugene McNally 
Andrea Miksa 
Stephen Mims 
Stephen Montgomery 
Karen E. Moore 
Malcolm S. Moore 
Jennifer Moorhead 
Gary Herschel Morgan 
Robert Naef III 
Johnny Neely 



Patti J. Patterson 
Debbie Peyregne 
Mark T. Phillips 
Matthew R. Phillips 
William Primos 
Louis E. Ridgway 
Thomas A. Quigley 
David Lee Rushing 
Anthony Sang 
Sidney Scarborough 
Randall Schmidt 
Gene G. Sheffield 
Richard Sherman 
Jessica L. Sibley 
Martha A. Smithson 
Richard Rushing 
William Stephens 
Bernard Stokes 
David M. Sullivan 
Willyn Taylor 
Laramie C. Triplett 
Byron Tucker 
Marty Tucker 
David B. Tutor 
Nancy D. Walker 
Bert A. Welch 
Jerry Keith Young 



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AND 
BLADE 



Matt Brown 
Randall Ponder 
Eric Wheeler 
Gary Barber 



Company Captain 
First Lieutenant 
Second Lieutenant 
First Sergeant 




Gary Barber 
Rob Bassett 
William Brady 
Harold Brinkley 
Mall Brown 
Calvin Buchanan 
David Bulls 
Calhy Coffey 
Liz Collier 
John Daskalos 
Thomas Dear 
Waldon DeDeaux 
Richard Delaquis 




The primary purpose of the National Society of Scabbard and Blade is to 
raise the standard of military education in American colleges and universities; 
to unite in closer relationship their military departments; to encourage and fos- 
ter the essential qualities of good and efficient officers; and to promote friend- 
ship among the cadet officers. In general, they acquaint the people with our 
national defense needs. 



Pat Doughtry 
Steve Etheridge 
James Frees 
William Fry 
Steven Gosnell 
Bill Harding 
Bryan Holstrom 
Renee Hood 
Michael Howell 
David Malone 
Michael Pigott 
Randall Ponder 



Basil Read 
Michael Raone 
Mike Skinner 
Ray Stevans 
Danny Story 
Glen Strobl 
Wilmer Sweester 
Dorothy Swimms 
Captain Thomas Watts 
Eric Wheeler 
David White 
Steven Williams 



Scabbard and Bladr — 140 



Charles E. Black, Jr. 
Anna Laurie Carleton 
Shu Kan Sheung 
Noel Henry Conald 
Jonathan Eric Elam 
Tommy Rogers Ferguson 
Susan Olivia Hathaway 
Gina Marie Jacobs 
Mike Jaudon 
Clyde A. Johnson 
Nancy Marie Jones 
Susan K. Lyon 
Burwell B. McClendon III 
Margaret Page McCulIen 
Dennis L. McNeely 
Dana Ann Palmieri 
Lee Ann Porter 
Cynthia Lynn Pounds 



Diane Irene Ramey 
Sheri Lin Rankin 
Wanda Gene Ray 
J. Wray Rives 
James Thomas Rossetti 
Melanie L. Senf 
Thomas Banks Sheperd III 
Jimmy Ried Sledge, Jr. 
Sue Ellen Smith 
Hugh M. Stephens, Jr. 
Brenda Kay Tanner 
Hugh Earl Tanner 
David Allen Treutel, Jr. 
Irby "Buster" Turner 
David Arthur Varner 
James Ted Wilkins, Jr. 
Lori Diane Woodward 
Robin Young 



Beta Gamma Sigma is a national scholastic honor society in the field of busi- 
ness administration. To be eligible for membership, students must rank in the 
top five percent of the junior class, the top ten percent of the senior class, or in 
the top twenty percent of those students receiving master's degrees. 

The purposes of Beta Gamma Sigma are to encourage and reward scholar- 
ship and accomplishment among students of Business Administration, to pro- 
mote the advancement of education in the art and science of business, and to 
foster integrity in the conduct of business operations. ] 



Lee Ann Porter 
Sue Ellen Smith 
E. Nolan Waller 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
and Faculty Advisor 




BETA 

GAMMA 



SIGMA 



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Beatriz L. Alonso 
Ann West Bailey 
Khojah Ahmad Bashghareh 
Rebecca Jane Batton 
Charles R. Brock 
William Albert Brown 
Mark T. Buys 
Brenda J. Byers 
Gerald E. Calvasina 
David Martin Carroll 
Shu Kan Cheung 
Stewart Darrel Copeland 
Steve Corban 
Richard Dennedy Furr 
David Wayne Gibson 
R. Gary Gibson 
David Wesley Gibens 
Rebecca Ann Glisson 
Clinton Arnott Graham 
Mary Jane Hammond 
Sharon A. Haulk 
Steven J. Hays 



Michael Dean Hill 
Katherine Ann Hoffman 
Vaughn Dale Howell 
Jeffrey Paul Hubbard 
Steven Bryan Isbell 
Gina Marie Jacabs 
Sara Fowler Keys 
Sam Gwin Kirschten 
Amy Lynch 
David O. McCormick 
Anselm Joseph McLaurin 
Dennis Lee McNeely 
David Lee Miller 
David Uzoma Muruako 
Gegory H. Muse 
Kathryn Diamme O'Connor 
Mary Helen Ola 
Dana Ann Palmieri 
George Keith Parish 
Benny Jack Parker, Jr. 
Stephen E. Parrish 
Patricia Ann Patrick 



Omicron Delta Epsilon is an International Economics Honorary Society dedi- 
cated to the encouragement of excellence in Economics. Recognition is 
extended to students who have superior academic records in Economics and to 
others who have made outstanding contributions in the field. ODE also pro- 
motes a closer tie between students and faculty in Economics within and 
between universities. 

Membership is not restricted to Economics majors, but is open to those stu- 
dents who have an interest in Economics and who have completed a minimum 
number of Economics courses with high academic standing. 



Timothy T. Perry 
luong Quoc Phan 
Lee Ann Porter 
Ruth Carolyn Pritscher 
Raymond Frank Auinn, Jr. 
Diamme Irene Ramey 
Gary L. Ramsay 
Wanda G. Ray 
Julian Wray Rives 
Rhona Alter Runnels 
Manuel G. Russon 
Jimmy Ried Sledge, Jr. 
Robert G. Sloan 
Sandra Cecilia Smith 
Kathy Crumpton Snyder 
James Lonnie Steward 
Maisy Lucille Stone 
Dana J. Swan 
David Lee Traxler, Jr. 
John Ernest Wade, Jr. 
Woody Gann Wilkerson 
Robert E. Winkler, Jr. 



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CCONOMtCS 



Sara Fowler Keys 
Gerald E. Calvasina 
Rhona Alter Runnels 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 



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DELTA 
EPSILON 



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MU 

EPSILON 



Mary Ellen Kirby 
Robert S. Hall 
Emad Al-Turk 
Mary E. M. Harrington 
Richard B. Tucker 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Secretary-Treasurer 
Faculty Sponsor 



Founded at Syracuse University in 1914, Pi Mu Epsilon's purpose is the pro- 
motion of scholarly activity in mathematical and scholarly development of its 
members. To qualify for election to membership, an undergraduate must have a 
3.0 average in two years of calculus and be in the top third of his class; or have 
as a sophomore a 4.0 average in three semesters of calculus and be in the top 
quarter of his class. 




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Ali Mosa Al-Basha 

Emad Aldin Akram Al-Turk 

Abdulrahman Ahmad Arkadan 

NadimM. Aziz 

Adnan Adib Basma 

James Robert Bowers 

Mindy Sue Brown 

Virginia Matthew Buchanan 

Robert Abernathy Butler, III 

David Martin Carroll 

Harry Donald Carroll 



Donald Ray Cole 
Kerry W. Commander 
Wasef Rada Faddoul 
Daniel Michael Fischer 
David Eugene Fletcher 
Roy Louis Fulton 
Robert Stanley Hall 
Mary E. M. Harrington 
Toufic Mustapha Hijazi 
Mary Ellen Kirby 
Bruce Alan Lawrence 



Ray Ardell McClanahan 
Georgia Miller 
Stephen H. Mims 
Robert Housley Phelps, Jr. 
Joann Marie Roberts 
Ronald Bassel Smith 
Bessie Louise Tucker 
Daniel Floyd Waggoner 
William Allen Walker 
Karen F. West 
Cathy Ann Wills 



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BETA 
PI 



Rob Butler 
Michael Deas 
Najib Arabi 
Cindy Wall 
Joann Roberts 
Gary Sharp 



President 
Vice President 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer 
Cataloguer 




Tau Beta Pi, a national engineering honor society, was founded in 1885 to rec- 
ognize students of superior scholarship and outstanding character in all fields 
of engineering. 

Since the establishment of the first chapter at Lehigh University in 1885, Tau 
Beta Pi has grown to 176 chapters located throughout the country. The Missis- 
sippi Beta chapter, founded on March 15, 1969, is one of two chapters located in 
the state of Mississippi. 

Membership is by invitation. A senior must be in the top fifth of his engineer- 
ing class or a junior in the top eighth of his class. A candidate must show exem- 
plary character, personal integrity, breadth of interest both inside and outside 
engineering, adaptability, and unselfish activity. 



Bassam Abdulrazzak 
Jim Alldridge 
Najib Arabi 

Abdulrahman Arkadan 
Keith Aubert 
Adnam Basma 
Robert Brooks 
Barry Bruchman 
Rob Butler 
Harry Carrol! 
Chajda Catas 
Shawn Coster 
John Daskales 



Michael Deas 
Ken DeCoursey 
John Dilley 
Wasef Faddoul 
Chesterfield Featherston 
David Feurst 
Danny Fischer 
William Harding 
Ahmed Hashem 
Toufic Mustapha Hijazi 
Charles Jenkins 
Anthony Martin 



Bob Reed 
Neal Rich 
Joann Roberts 
Carl Schott 
Kevin Seeger 
Gary Sharp 
Richard Smith 
Paul Stady 
Richard Torkington 
Cindy Wall 
Terry Waller 
Alan Williams 



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Brad Clasgens 
Robin Wofford 
Mark Davis 
Jimmy Lamb 
Bill Griffin 
Steve Walton 



President 
Vice-President 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer 
Sergeant-at-arms 



KAPPA 

KAPPA 

PSI 



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Kappa Kappa Psi is a band service honorary fraternity. The 
Ole Miss chapter, Beta Beta, was rechartered in 1972 and has 
been serving the band by making pre-season band field prepa- 
rations, planning the homecoming display, sponsoring various 
money raising projects, and other activities. 



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Willie Brent 
Charles Brewer 
Jeff Bridges 
Buddy Browning 
Larry Burrell 
David Chalk 
Mike Cravens 
Robin Crawford 
Pat Dougherty 



Carl Edwards 
Lee Harris 
Jack Hill 
Cowan Hunter 
Nolan Jones 
Daryl Lloyd 
Kevin Marsh 
Steve Moses 
Bill Osborne 



Eddie Perkins 
Scott Reeves 
Jeff Robertson 
Keith Sanders 
Joe Savage 
William Souten, Jr. 
Eddy Smith 
Tony Steele 
Jerome Trahan 



Marilyn Alford 
Connie Bailey 
Kendra Belcher 
Catherine Booth 
Pam Brockway 
Karen Cook 
Michelle Daschka 



Brenda Davis 
Cindy Davis 
Debbie Evans 
Corrinne Fowler 
Tere French 
Phyllis Hallman 



Leigh Ann Holder 
Sandra Maher 
Renee Phillips 
Sue Shippy 
Bernadatte Simpson 
Jenny Walker 



Lucy Spain 
Marsha Brosn 
Donna Barnes 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary/Treasure^ 



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Tau Beta Sigma is the sister organization of Kappa Kappa Psi. 
It was adopted in 1947 and rechartered at Ole Miss in 1978. 
They conduct many projects of their own throughout the year 
as well as working with their brother fraternity. 



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OMICRON 
PHI 



Marty White 
Rosalie McCulIough 
Valerie Farr 
Barbara Alhen 
Anne Schmidt 



The purpose of Kappa Omicron Phi is to further the besi 
interests of Home Economics by recognizing and encouraging 
scholastic excellence, developing leadership abilities, fostering 
professional activities and interests, and promoting fellowship 
among staff and students of the profession. 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Pledge Trainer 



Babara Allen 
Karen Cook 
Valerie Farr 
Beth Ginn 
Linda Hampton 
Angela Jolly 
Rosalie McCulIough 
Lacie Miller 
Anne Schmidt 



Sally Sharp 
Cathy Smith 
Frances Treas 
Linda White 
Marty White 
Faculty Members: 
Dr. Patsy Alexander 
Dr. Louise Burnette 



Miss Jane Collins 
Mrs. Mary Tettleton 
Mrs. Betty Fulwood 
Mrs. Laverne Heliums 
Mrs. Jean Huddleston 
Mrs. Charlotte Oakley 
Dr. Willie Price 
Mrs. Mary Smith 



Diane Bounds 
Gayle Brownlee 
Nancy Briening 
Nancy Chism 
Debbie Cochrane 
Debbie Culberson 
Deanna Davis 
Mary Donnelly 



Allen Hart 
Melissa Jones 
Linda Langford 
Cynthia Linton, Advisor 
Susan McCormick, Advisor 
Sherry Mcferrin 
Cathy Morris 
Linda Weisling 



Kathy Dailey 
Sara Gill 
Isabel Bartles 
Allison Hulick 
Kate Booth 
Kathy Maclnnis 
Marilyn Alford 
Becky Roberts 



Nancy Chism 
Melissa Jones 
Linda Langford 
Cathy Morris 
DeAnna Davis 



President 
Vice-President 
Corresponding Sec. 
Recording Sec. 
Treasurer 



SIGMA 
ALPHA 
IOTA 



Sigma Alpha Iota is an international Musi'c society founded 
in 1903. Composed of women majoring or minoring in music, 
purposes of the organization are to foster interest in music and 
to promote social contact among persons sharing an interest in 
music. Membership is open to women with a 3.0 average in 
music courses and a 2.0 average in their academic courses. 



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Ann Simmons 
Beth Norfleet 
Robert Cleary 
Joe Jackson 
Alan Jones 



Syed Abadi 
Christy Baker 
John A. Baker 
John K. Baker 
Sallye Ball 
Benjamin Banahan 
John Bedford 
William Berry 
Ron Brone 
Tom Brown 
George Burdock 
Robert Cleary 
Kiffin Craven 
Herbert Courtney 
Elizabeth Davis 
Marvin Davis 
Farouk Elferaly 
Mahmoud Elschly 
Dewey Garner 
Frank Gilmore 
Wallace Guess 
Peggy Hester 
John Hickenbottom 
Eric Ho 
Shirley Hogan 



Ali Al-Basha 
Emad Al-Turk 
Nadim Aziz 
Steve Bingham 
Deva Borah 
Barry Bruchman 
William Butler 
Mike Caulfield 
Shawn Castner 
Anni Deeb 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Historian 

Advisor 



Charles Hufford 
Ronald Hunsinger 
Cynthia Jackson 
Joe Jackson 
Alan Jones 
John Kapeghian 
Arthur Kibbe 
Kirby Ladner 
Nancy Lublaneski 
Larry Masten 
Donald Miller 
Jane Miller 
Michael Morgan 
Joe McCaskill 
Robert Nance 
Ramon Napier 
Beth Norfleet 
Judy Nuckolls 
Keith Obrowsky 
Henry Pace 
Ronald Peeples 
Michael Phillips 
Tom Riley 
Vickie Sanders 
jTom Sharpe 



RHO 
CHI 



The Rho Chi Society is the national pharmaceutical honor 
society founded in 1917. The fundamental objective of Rho Chi 
is to promote the advancement of the pharmaceutical sciences 
through the encouragement and recognition of sound scholastic 
achievements. 



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Ann Simmons 
Paul Skierkowski 
James Smith 
Mickey Smith 
Charles Stamps 
William Torres 




Adib El-Choufani 
Ali El-Haj 

Monammad Ezzeddine 
Wasef Faddoul 
Sam Gordji 
Dan Harrison 
Ahmad Khattab 
Ali Khraibi 
Zuheir Mesrie 
Steve Pattish 



Jue Ann Wah 
Marjorie Walz 
Wade Walters 
Marvin Wilson 
Phillip Wirth 






Bob Reed 

JeffRish 

Gary Sharp 

John Smith 

Cindy Wall 

Terry Waller 

Faculty Members: 

Dr. M, S. Abdulrahman 

Dr. Peter Chiu 

Dr. Samuel Deleeuw 



Gary Sharp 
Nadim Aziz 
Shawn Costner 
Cynthia Wall 
Dr. Samuel Deleeuw 



President 
Vice-President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 
Faculty Advisor 



Chi Epsilon, the national honor society of civil engineers, is 
an organization which recognizes those students who excel in 
the fundamental qualities of the successful engineer. Member- 
ship is based on scholarship, character, practicality, and socia- 
bility and is restricted to students who are ranked in the upper 
third of their class. 



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BETA 
ALPHA 
PSI 



Tommy Shepherd 
Hugh Stephens 
Wanda Ray 
Laura Mann 
Robin Young 



The objective of Alpha Theta chapter of Beta Alpha Psi is to 
encourage and give due recognition to scholastic and profes- 
sional excellence in the field of accountancy at the University 
of Mississippi. To be elected to membership, a student must 
have a 3.0 overall G.P.A. and a 3.0 in accounting. 



President 
Vice-President 
Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 
Treasurer 



John Blalack 
Bob Bunting 
Charles Cannada 
Charles Cauthren 
Patricia Curtis 
David Earwood 
Randy Ellzey 
George Furr 
Walker Fesmire 
Jane Floyd 
Ina Kaye Frasheirn 
Gerard Gilbert 



Jimmy Grisham 
Jo Henderson 
Kate Hoffman 
Greg Jarrell 
Georgianna Kiffer 
Sara Keyes 
Eddie Laird 
Lecia Led better 
Allen Lemly 
Sanford Levings 
Tad Mays 
Burl McClendon 



Margaret McCullen 
Betty Jo Mcintosh 
Dennis McNeely 
Joey Oliver 
Steve Partridge 
Rob Patterson 
Cindy Pounds 
Terri Powell 
Wray Rives 
James Rossetti 
Melanie Senf 
Jimmy Sledge 



Britt Smith 
Sue Ellen Smith 
Brenda Tanner 
David Treutel 
Buster Turner 
David Varner 
Tommy Wammack 
Woody Wilkerson 
Harold Williams 
Bob Winkler 
Randy Young 



Lillian Abraham 
Janet Angero 
Pam Cain 
Patricia Curtis 
Amy Davis 
Teri Davis 
Kim Eble 
Pat Eisenbeis 
Alhen Evans 
Gina Jacobs 
Sara Keys 



Susan King 
Georgianna Kiffer 
Linda Lancaster 
Susan Lyon 
Laura Mann 
Cindy McConnell 
Dianne O'Connell 
Tera Pedigo 
Janice Punshon 
Janet Purvis 
Martha Ray 



Karen Roebuck 
Melanie Senf 
Julie Siera 
Denise Southerland 
Johnnie Speakman 
Branda Tanner 
Chrysa Thear 
Cindy Tullos 
Tena Walters 
Joyce Wkkdall 
Debbie Woodrick 



Melanie Senf 
Joyce Woodall 
Susan King 
Susan Lyon 
Pam Cain 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 
Pledge Trainer 



PHI 

GAMMA 

NU 



Phi Gamma Nu is a national professional sorority for stu- 
dents in business. The organization was founded to increase 
interest in the study of business in colleges and universities. Phi 
Gamma Nu aims to encourage high standards of scholarship, 
participation in school activities, and the organization of stu- 
dents for their mutual commencement. 




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Board of Directors 


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Chancellor 


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Administrators 


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Buildings 


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Academic Deans 


170 



Administration — 159 



Governor of Mississippi 
Charles Clifton Finch 






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Seated, 1 to r: Dr. John R. Lovelace, Travis E. Parker, Dr. Verner S. Holmes, W. M. Shoemaker, Mrs. Miriam Q. Simmons — Vice President. Bobby L. Chain 
President, Mrs. Betty B. Shemwell, Bosw^ell Stevens, Dr. Robert W. Harrison, Jr., Charles C. Jacobs, Jr.. Mrs. Betty A. Williams, Denton Rogers, Jr.. Tomn 
Munro, Dr. E. E. Thrash — Executive Secretary and Director. 



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Dr. Porter L. Fortune, Jr. 




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1. Bishop Hall — School of Liberal Arts. 2. John 
Davis Williams Library — Graduate School of 
Library and Information Science. 3. Guyton Hall 
— Air Force and Army ROTC. 4. Faser Hall — 
School of Pharmacy. 5. Carrier Hall — School of 
Engineering. 6. McCain Hall — Navy ROTC. 7. 
Lamar Hall — School of Law. 8. Conner Hall — 
Schools of Accountancy and Business 
Administration. 9. School of Education. 



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Academic Deans 



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Business 



Education 



Dr. Edward Milam 

Approved by the Board of Trustees 
of State Institutions of Higher Learning 
in June 1978, the School of Accoun- 
tancy became one of the first separate 
schools of accountancy in the United 
States. The program commenced in the 
1979 fall semester with 320 students 
studying for careers in the areas of 
public, industrial, and governmental 
accounting. The curriculum of study is 
designed to provide students with both 
a broad background of general educa- 
tion and an in-depth understanding of 
the multiple facets of professional 
accounting. The school, located in Con- 
nor Hall and under the direction of Dr. 
Edward Milam, offers a five year pro- 
gram which leads to a Master's of 
Accountancy. 




Dean Carl Nabors 

As the problems of business have 
grown increasingly complex and 
increasingly related to social and eco- 
nomic movements, the need for per- 
sons especially educated to understand 
and to cope with these problems has 
grown. Since its establishment in 1917, 
the School of Business Administration 
has devised its courses and its curric- 
ula to be of use to the graduate who 
plans to find his place in a position of 
responsibility at the administrative 
level in private business, or at a similar 
level in government. 

With an enrollment of 2507 students, 
the School of Business Administration 
under Acting Dean Carl Nabors teaches 
students the basic knowledge they will 
need for an administrative career in 
business or government and promotes 
the development of proficiency in prac- 
tical application. 




Dean Sylvester Moorhead 

Professional education courses 
have been offered by the University 
since 1882. The School of Education, 
created in 1903, has a continuing 
dedication to the preparation of 
teachers and other education per- 
sonnel and to the improvement of 
educational programs and facilities. 
The department of physical educa- 
tion and home economics are also a 
part of the School of Education 
offering degrees for careers in recre- 
ational leadership, clothing mer- 
chandising, interior design, dietetics, 
and general home economics. Led by 
Dean Sylvester Moorhead, the 
School of Education helps its over 
1100 students to prepare for careers 
that will help shape the lives of 
future generations. 



Engineering 



Graduate 




Dr. Allie M. Smith 

The School of Engineering, founded 
in 1900, is the third oldest engineering 
school in the state. Instruction in engi- 
neering dates from 1854 when a depart- 
ment of engineering was established by 
the Board of Trustees to complement a 
strong program in the natural sciences. 

Today under the leadership of newly 
appointed Dean Allie M. Smith, the 
School of Engineering offers its 657 stu- 
dents the concepts of the engineering 
sciences in the fields of chemical, civil, 
electrical, geological, and mechanical 
engineering along with the growing 
area of computer sciences. With class- 
rooms and laboratories located in Car- 
rier Hall and Anderson Hall, the School 
of Engineering prepares students to 
play an important role in the ever- 
growing world of modern technology. 




Dr. Joseph Sam 

Prior to 1870 the University of Mis- 
sissippi conferred the honorary degree 
of Master's of Arts upon certain under- 
graduates who had obtained intellec- 
tual distinction. Courses at the gradu- 
ate level were first offered in 1870. The 
Graduate School was formally organ- 
ized in 1927 to coordinate and adminis- 
ter graduate studies at the University. 

Today the Graduate School, adminis- 
tered by Dean Joseph Sam, advises 
over 1100 students as they participate 
in the various programs offered by the 
University to obtain master's and doc- 
torate degrees in their specific fields of 
study. Organized research units, main- 
tained by the University, provide 
resources for student investigation in 
addition to their thesis or dissertation 
research. 



Dr. Parham Williams, Jr. 

The Mississippi Legislature first 
established a Department of Law at the 
University in 1854. The School of Law 
is the fourth oldest state-supported law 
school in the United States. Under the 
direction of Dean Parham Williams, the 
Law School begins its second year in 
the University of Mississippi Law Cen- 
ter, Lamar Hall, with 562 students pre- 
paring for future careers in the legal 
profession. The three year program of 
instruction in government and the legal 
process leads to the Juris Doctor 
degree. The graduate legal education 
level offers master's and doctorate pro- 
grams for further study. 



Administration — 171 



Liberal Arts 



Library Science 




Dean Gerald Walton 

The oldest and largest division of the 
University, the College of Liberal Arts 
has provided a wide-range of areas of 
study since its establishment in 1848. 
Headed by Dean Gerald Walton, the 
College offers the almost 3000 Liberal 
Arts students a multitude of interests 
in which they can develop into future 
careers. While working toward a major 
in one of 60 areas of study, the Liberal 
Arts student receives a broad educa- 
tion with studies in the humanities, the 
fine arts, and the biological, physical, 
and social sciences. Pre-professional 
programs also form the base for many 
students who later enter law, theology, 
medicine, dentistry, or the health rela- 
ted sciences. 




Dr. Ellis Tucker 

The University first offered under- 
graduate courses in the area of library 
science in 1929. A year later a 16- 
semester hour curriculum was set up 
and in 1945 the Department of Library 
Science was set up in the School of 
Education. The first graduate level 
work was begun in 1954, and the rapid 
growth of the program led to the estab- 
lishment of a separate Graduate School 
of Library and Informational Science in 
1976. The School, under the direction of 
Dr. Ellis Tucker, will soon move into 
the renovated old law school building 
recently renamed Farley Hall. 




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Dean Wallace Guess 

The School of Pharmacy was created 
by the Board of Trustees on July 1, 
1908, and is still the only school of its 
kind in the state of Mississippi. Under 
the leadership of Dean Wallace Guess, 
the program includes a two-year pre- 
pharmacy curriculum before the stu- 
dent applies for acceptance into the 
three-year professional program. 
Admittance into the professional pro- 
gram is limited to a certain number of 
vacancies, making admission competi- 
tive. Completion of the total five-year 
program leads to a Bachelor's of Sci- 
ence degree in Pharmacy and the eligi- 
bility for licensing in any state, the Dis- 
trict of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. 

Also located in the School of Phar- 
macy are the Research Institute of 
Pharmaceutical Sciences, Bureau of 
Pharmaceutical Services and a Poison 
Control Center. Each serves the state of 
Mississippi in conducting research and 
accumulating pharmaceutical informa- 
tion for use by pharmacists, health-rel- 
ated professional groups, and others 
associated with the drug industry. 



Dentistry 



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I Col. Lloyd Woodman, |r. 
' Capt. I. K. Heyward 

Th«; Reserve Officers Training ('orps 
at th«! University of Mississippi encom- 
passes aerospace studies, military sci- 
i;nce, and naval sci«!nce. Each depart- 
ment educates th«; student so that he 
may assume a posititm of leadership in 
his n;spectiv(; branch of the service. 
Admission into the program is on a 
competitivt; basis. 

Throuj^h th(;s«; proj^rams stud«;nts 
learn th(! fundamental conc«Npts of the 
Army, Air Force, Navy, or Marin«; 
(]orps. Th(! curriculum prepar«;s stu- 
dents to serve as officers. Traininj^ also 
includes summer camp or, in the naval 
science program, a summer cruise. 
(Completion of any of the four year pro- 
[grams can be used as a minor in the 
':Colh;j>e of I,ib(;ral Arts. Upon the 
lacquisition of a bachelor's degret;, eligi- 
ble candidates rectMve a commission 
fr(»m their branch of the service or its 
reserve! component. 

Not picturtid is C,ol. Frederick |. Bur- 
bach. 




Dean Wallace V. Mann, )r. 

Enlarging the University of Missis- 
sippi Medical (]ent«;r is a newly con- 
structed dental (education building. The 
School of Dentistry has admitted stu- 
dents since the fall of 1975, when its 
first class enrolled. One's college; 
record, achievem«mt on the Degtal 
Admissicms Test, advisor recommen- 
dation, and a personal interview all 
play rol(!s in the competitive admission 
procedure. Although the school prefers 
its prospcjctive students to have a 
Bachelor's degree, a minimum of three 
years of college preparation must be 
completed. The school c(mferr«!d th«; 
Doctor of D«!ntal Medicine degree upon 
its first graduates in .the spring of 1979. 
It is accredited by the C.ouncil of Den- 
tal Education. 




D«;an Norman Nelson 

Oldest of the four schools which 
compris<! the Jackson Medical Center, 
the University of Mississippi Sch(Mil of 
Medicine has conducted class«;s since 
1903. The school itself pre-dates its 
lackson location. 1955 marks the year 
which moved Ole Miss' medical school 
from the Oxford campus to Jackson 
and into its newly completed complex. 
The University Hospital functicms as 
an auxiliary of the School of Medicine 
with the hospital staff being appointed 
by the faculty of the school. Located 
throughout Mississippi are several 
affiliated hospitals. Admission to the 
school depends upon successful under- 
graduat»! study in a sci«!nce-related 
field, one's performance on th«! Medical 
College Admissions Test (M(CA T), and 
a personal interview. The school is 
accrjidited by both the American M«!di- 
cal Association and the Association of 
Medical Colleges. 



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FEATURES 



MARTHA SMITHSON, 

co-editor 

DOUG YARBROUGH, 

co-editor 



Colonel Rebel and Miss 

Ole Miss 
Favorites 


176 
178 


Homecoming Court 


183 


Most Beautiful 


184 


Beauties 


186 


Miss University 


190 


Best Dressed 


191 



Features — 175 




1 7t> — Col. Rebel and Miss Ole Miss 







Needlework, snow skiing and collecting 
antiques are some of Miss Ole Miss 
Kathryn Becker's favorite pastimes. 
Kathryn loves athletics and has shown her 
spirit by serving as an Ole Miss 
cheerleader for the past three years. She 
has also been a member of the Committee 
of 82 and is a Sigma Chi little sister. 
Kathryn's vivacious personality got her 
quickly involved at Ole Miss. Her sorority, 
Chi Omega, chose Kathryn as Model 
Pledge, and she also received the Pledge 
Spirit Award. Kathryn is a senior majoring 
in fashion merchandising. After 
graduation, she plans to live in her 
hometown, Jackson, Miss. This five-foot- 
two Rebel fan has captured the hearts of 
many at Ole Miss. Her winning smile and 
easy-going personality made Kathryn that 
"someone special" for Miss Ole Miss. She 
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James 
Becker. 

Since arriving at Ole Miss, Colonel 
Rebel John Stroud has received almost 
every possible basketball award. He has 
been named Ole Miss Athlete of the Year, 
All SEC for three years, All American 
Honorable Mention and is the leading 
scorer in the SEC. A member of Sigma Nu 
fraternity and the "M" Club, John has also 
been basketball co-captain for three years 
and has received the C. M. Tad Smith 
Award and the MVP Award. Majoring in 
Physical Education, John hopes to play 
professional basketball and later coach a 
college basketball team. John's other 
activities include FCA President, ASB 
Senator, Committee of 100, Who's Who 
and Hall of Fame. With all his 
accomplishments, it is easy to see that 
John is truly the "image of Ole Miss". The 
six-foot-seven New Albany native is the 
son of Mrs. Frances Stroud Hill and the 
late Johnny Stroud. 



Col. Rebel and Miss Ole Miss — 177 




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The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clint 
Johnson, Jr., of Leland. Miss., Wilma, is a 
pharmacy school student here at the 
University. Among her many honors, Wilma 
is a member of the Hall of Fame, Mortar 
Board, Who's Who and ODK. She has served 
as president of AWS and vice president of 
her sorority. Delta Gamma. Despite these 
time-consuming interests, Wilma still finds 
time to enjoy a good game of tennis, 
backgammon, basketball and spades. She 
cites the Gumbo Company as her favorite 
entertainment spot in Oxford, chili 
cheeseburgers as her favorite food and 
claims that she is an expert when it comes to 
fine wines. A great personality and campus 
involvement made Wilma a sure choice for 
Ole Miss Favorite. 




Doug, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rad E. 
Yarbrough, enjoys spending her time playing 
the piano, horseback riding, skiing and 
listening to good music. A native of 
Cleveland, Miss., this blue-eyed senior is 
majoring in secondary science education. 
After graduation, she would like to go to 
physical therapy school and perhaps open a 
clinic someday. Doug is very active in her 
sorority, having served Chi Omega as 
treasurer and vice president. Alpha Lambda 
Delta, Lambda Sigma, Rho Lambda, Mortar 
Board and Who's Who are several of the 
honoraries with which Doug is involved. 
Besides being a Rebel Recruiter and 
Ambassador, she has also been an annual 
staff section editor for three years. Doug's 
cheerful smile and good humor make it easy 
to understand why she is an Ole Miss 
Favorite. 




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178 — Favorites 











Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority was proud to 
sponsor Patti as Campus Favorite. Patti, a sen- 
ior from Memphis, Tenn., is majoring in com- 
municative disorders. She is active as a Rebel 
Recruiter, Ole Miss Ambassador and as a fra- 
ternity little sister. Patti is a member of the 
Committee of 100 and was chosen as a home- 
coming maid her junior year. Anyone who 
knows Patti's soft-spoken and easy-going ways 
can easily see why she deserves the honor of 
being an Ole Miss Favorite. 





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Cute, vivacious Leigh Anne likes to spend her 
time playing backgammon, watching football 
games, attending Jimmy Turner Bible Study 
and talking with her Christian friends. When 
she gets the chance, she also enjoys tennis, 
snow skiing and swimming. A native of Ger- 
mantown, Tenn., Leigh Anne is majoring in 
interior design and hopes to become an archi- 
tectural designer after graduation. This Ole 
Miss junior's activities include cheerleading, 
having served as freshman and varsity cheer- 
leader, AWS and Committee of 100. Leigh Anne 
is a member of Kappa Delta sorority and is a 
Kappa Alpha little sister. 






Favorites — 179 



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ODK, Mortar Board, Lambda Sigma and Kho 
Lambda are just a few of the honoraries in 
which senior Lisa Purser is involved. Majoring 
in journalism and English, Lisa is also a mem- 
ber of Women in Communications, Sigma Delta 
Chi and Sigma Tau Delta. When Lisa finds 
spare time, she enjoys movies, basketball, ten- 
nis, and good music. Her favorite pastime, how- 
ever, is reading. Lisa has worked on both AWS 
and ASB committees, was on the staff of the 
Daily Mississippian for three years and has 
done an internship with the Charlotte 
Observer, Charlotte, North Carolina. After 
graduation, Lisa would like to begin a newspa- 
per career and someday hold an administrative 
position on a metropolitan newspaper. She is 
the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. Dewey Purser of 
Vicksburg, Miss., and is an officer of Delta 
Gamma sorority. 




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From Bristol, Tenn., Nell is a junior account- 
ing major. She is active in various campus clubs 
and honoraries such as Alpha Lambda Delta, 
Phi Eta Sigma, Rho Lambda and ODK. As a 
freshman, Nell was awarded the Estella G. Hef- 
ley Outstanding Freshman Woman Award and 
was later elected President of Lambda Sigma 
sophomore honorary. In her sorority. Kappa 
Delta, Nell has served as secretary and is cur- 
rently the chapter president. Much of Nell's 
time has been spent in the ASB office. She has 
been Film Series assistant chairman and is now 
the Associated Student Body Secretary. When 
Nell has free time, she can be found playing 
tennis, bicycling or playing her guitar. She is 
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William King. 




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180 — Favorites 






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A native of Louisville, Miss., Suzanne repre- 
sents an Ole Miss Favorite well with her bright 
smile and cheery outlook. She is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Chaney. Suzanne has 
been a cheerleader for two years and was a 
freshman homecoming maid. She is a member 
of the Committee of 100, Delta Delta Delta 
sorority and is a Kappa Alpha little sister. 
Majoring in business education, Suzanne's 
many interests include playing tennis, reading 
and bike riding, but she claims as her favorite 
pastime eating ice cream from Baskin Robbins. 
After graduation, Suzanne plans to pursue a 
career in teaching. 




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Sharla, a junior majoring in education, claims 
Memphis, Tenn., as her home. Among her cam- 
pus activities are Rebel Recruiter, Pi Kappa 
Alpha little sister. Elections Commission and 
the Spirit Committee. This past year Sharla 
enjoyed getting to cheer for the Rebels as an 
alternate cheerleader. She likes the outdoors 
and says tennis and water skiing are her favor- 
ite sports. Sharla is an accomplished gymnast 
and an avid pizza-lover. After graduating, she 
would like to go into teaching, preferably third 
grade. Sharla is a member of Pi Beta Phi soror- 
ity and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James 
Dorroh. 






Favorites — 181 




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Betsy, the daughter of Mr. Robert C. Love, is 
from Memphis, Tenn., and is a member of Chi 
Omega sorority. At Ole Miss, Betsy is involved 
in AWS, the UM Spirit Committee, and serves 
her sorority as social chairman. She is also a lit- 
tle sister of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Betsy lists 
water skiing, horseback riding, tennis, basket- 
ball and Softball as her favorite activities. She is 
majoring in radio and TV and hopes to make a 
career of this after graduation. Always ready 
with a warm smile and friendly words, it is easy 
to see why Betsy is an Ole Miss Favorite. 





Leslie, a native of Jackson, Miss., is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lee Joyner, 
Jr. After transferring from Brenau in Georgia, 
Leslie quickly got involved with Angel Flight, 
Committee of 100 and Ambassadors. She has 
served as pledge trainer of her sorority. Delta 
Delta Delta, and as sweetheart of Phi Delta 
Theta fraternity. Leslie enjoys jogging and going 
to Bible study in her spare time. She claims a 
special weakness for cocker spaniels and Ole 
Miss Delivery Coca-Colas. A senior majoring in 
political science, Leslie plans on attending 
para-legal school in Atlanta after graduation. 




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182 — Favoriles 





Dalton 




COURT 

Senior Maids: 
Sara Dalton 
Debbie Sansing 

Junior Maids: 
Angela Roberts 
Sonya Rogers 

Sophomore Maids: 
Sally Denny 
Allyson Furr 

Freshman Maids: 
Beth Powell 
Crecia Starks 











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Beautiful Becky Bush is a junior Marketing 
major from Tupelo, Miss. A real Southern 
beauty, Becky has won various titles besides 
the honor of Most Beautiful. She was chosen 
as Miss Tupelo and Tupelo's Miss Hospital- 
ity, and later went on to place in the Top Ten 
in the Miss Mississippi pageant. A Member 
of Chi Omega sorority, Becky has been 
selected as Pike Playmate, Beta Theta Pi 
Sweetheart and has recently won the title of 
Miss Mississippi Photogenic. She will be 
traveling to Las Vegas in March to compete 
in the national finals of Miss Photogenic. 
This blonde-haired, blue-eyed beauty likes 
to spend her time watching Rebel football, 
singing, ice skating and traveling. Besides 
various campus activities, Becky serves as a 
sorority officer. She is the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. N. T. Bush. 



Most Beautiful — 185 





Amy, a sophomore from Columbus, Miss., 
is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. 
She enjoys playing racquetball and traveling, 
but lists running as her favorite pastime. 
Amy, who is a Pi Kappa Alpha little sister, 
was chosen as a Pike Calendar Girl her fresh- 
man year and was featured on the cover her 
sophomore year. Amy is a member of the Ole 
Miss Modeling Board, and is presently plan- 
ning on going to New York in the spring to 
follow a career in modeling. She is the 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Duquesnay. 






186 — Beauty 




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A fan of old movies, Paige Jones, a junior 
majoring in elementary education, loves 
going to the Hoka. She also enjoys singing, 
eating at Abbeville and watching Rebel foot- 
ball. This fun-loving, cheerful beauty loves 
to participate in outdoor sports such as water 
skiing, swimming and her favorite pastime — 
target shooting. Paige is a member of Alpha 
Delta Pi sorority, where she has been an offi- 
cer for two years. She also is involved in 
AWS and the Committee of 100. After gradu- 
ation, Paige hopes to be teaching children of 
first-grade age. She is the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Baxter Jones of Water Valley. 



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Beauty — 187 





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Beauty Sheri Rankin is a native Texan, but 
now claims St. Louis, Mo., as home. Besides 
being chosen a beauty, Sheri has represented 
her sorority, Chi Omega, as a Pike Calendar 
Girl, Derby Day Queen and homecoming 
maid. She has been a Rebelette for two years, 
serving as Colonel, and is also a member of 
Beta Gamma Sigma, Sigma Delta Pi and 
Alpha Lambda Delta honoraries. An avid 
tennis player, Sheri also enjoys water skiing, 
swimming and playing the piano. In the 
spring and summer, most of her time is spent 
in the sun. Sheri has served as her sorority's 
rush book editor and as treasurer. She has a 
3.75 GPA in marketing and plans a career in 
that area. The UM senior is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Rankin. 









Before coming to Ole Miss, Jamie attended 
Mississippi University for Women where she 
was a member of Mamselle Social Club, the 
MUW Modeling Board and was third alter- 
nate to Miss "W." She also served her home 
town, Moss Point, Miss., as Junior Miss. On 
the Ole Miss campus, Jamie is an education 
major and is involved in the Student 
National Education Association and the 
Kappa Deha Pi education honorary. Jamie's 
main outside interest is ballet, which she has 
studied for sixteen years. She also likes to 
needlepoint, ski, and ride horses, and con- 
fesses that much free time is spent at the 
Hoka and Baskin Robbins. The brown- 
haired beauty plans to continue her studies 
in special education. 



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The heart and soul of the 0\v, Miss 
society lies not within its buildings, 
trees or even its traditions, but within 
its people. 

As day to day melts into year after 
year, the direction Ole Miss takes 
depends upon people — what they 
do, say, think, feel, and most 
importantly, how they interact. 

At Ole Miss, people are joined by 
classes, jobs, clubs, Greek 
organizations, teams and many 
incidental interactions. Groups are 
important because they give students 
chances to share with small, 
potentially personal segments of their 
peers. Group members share a 
common bond — a basis for 
identification which gives them a 
reason for being. 

The following section depicts the 
major groupings at Ole Miss. The 
clubs represent those joined by 
mutual interests or goals; the Greeks 
are those seeking the benefits of 
group living, and the classes represent 
those who have completed the same 
percentage of requirements for 
degrees. 

In the course of group functions, all 
participate in the give-and-take 
process which is the core of the "Ole 
Miss experience." 




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194 — OrKanizalions 








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ORGANIZATIONS 

MIKE CORSO, editor 
Laura Alvey, assistant 
Kim Pruette, assistant 



Student Government 


196 


Organizations 


208 


Professionals 


219 


Communications 


224 


Uniforms 


234 


Song and Dance 


242 


Dormitories 


248 



Organizations — 195 




196 — Sludenl Government 





associated 
student* body 



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President — John Delashmet Treasurer — Hugh Tanner 

Vice-President — Kathy WilHams Secretary — Nell King 



Student leaders 
combine ideas 
for successful year 



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The Associated Student 
Body of Ole Miss is a crew of 
publicly elected officers 
working together for the 
interests of all students. One 
of the main purposes of the 
ASB is serving as a liaison 
for the administration and 
the student body. A few of 
the many student activities 
provided by the ASB are 
Dixie Week, Fall Festival, 
plays, campus pageants, bar- 
becues, bands in the Grove 
and school spirit activities. 
The student government 
makes money through the 
ASB refrigerator rentals. The 
ASB also has helped limit 
monetary difficulties for Ole 
Miss students by offering a 
cafeteria meal plan and an 
interest-free student loan 
service. Other services 
offered by ASB are the 
weekly film series, a nine- 
hour Rap line service and an 
orientation session for new 
students. 



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Student Government — 1117 



1979-1980 ASB Cabinet 

Presidential Assistant — Terri Taylor 

Executive Assistant — James McKie 

Administrative Assistant — William Lovell 

Attorney General — Steve Ethridge 

University Relations — Guice Smith 

Academic Affairs — Jimmy Guyton 

Campus Affairs — John Jenkins 

Student Activities — Joe Martin 

Public Information — Scott Kent 

Director of Justice — Allen Ray 

Student Services — Eric Chamberlain 

Student Housing — Mark McCormick 

Press Secretary — Melinda Roseberry 

School Spirit Director — Bobby Sharman 

Elections Commission Chairman — Pamela 
Prather 

Executive Liaison Officer — Mike Sullivan 





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1979-1980 ASB Sub-Cabinet 

Refrigerator Rentals — Tony Baker 

Refrigerator Rentals — Mary Scott 
Rosser 

Ambassadors — Anne Myers 
Ambassadors — Henry Mounger 
Committee of 82 — Phillip Merideth 
Student Housing — Pat Eisenbeiss 
Special Assistant — Robby Robertson 
Film Series — Allison Brown 
Film Series — Mike Pruett 
School Spirit — Danny Reynolds 
School Spirit — Mary Hentz 
Fall Festival — Martin Street 
AWS — Wilma Johnson 
Student Activities — Darlene Williams 



student body 

Cabinet proves vital 
to campus operations 

The Cabinet of the ASB is one of the vital links between 
the students and the ASB administration. The Cabinet 
includes everything from Refrigerator Rentals and School 
Spirit to the ASB film series, all of which affect students 
directly. Each member of the Cabinet works with his sub- 
cabinet to insure a smooth operation of each department, 
thereby creating an efficient student government. 



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campus senate 

/^Senate debates the 

issues — provides solutions 



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President 
Kathy Williams 

Clerk 
Nell King 



The Campus Senate, our student leg- 
islative body, meets every other 
week to plan, discuss and vote on 
various bills that affect each student 
on campus. Elected by a general 
election, each senator represents his 
post and district and is the student 
voice in campus politics. 




1979-80 CAMPUS SENATE 

DISTRICT I 
Phillip Hendrix 

DISTRICT II 
John Stroud 

DISTRICT III 
Angela Wren 

DISTRICT IV 
Jan Barnett 
Cyndee Donald 

DISTRICT V 
Steve Ray 
Mike Carmichael 
Phillip Merideth 

DISTRICT VI 
Dexter Foster 
Art Davis 
Dan Owens 

DISTRICT VII 
Jason Slezak 
Michael Sandler 
Phillip Baker 

DISTRICT VIII 
Angela Clark 
Lisa Terracina 

DISTRICT IX 
Caroline Cromartie 
Kelli Williamson 

DISTRICT X 
Mary Scott Rosser 
Melody Marks 

DISTRICT XI 
Judith Bradley 
Robin Alsobrooks 
Veazey Gully 
Frances Crenshaw 

DISTRICT XII 
Martin Street 
Clinton Graham 

DISTRICT XIII 
Joanie Abernathy 
Susan Dement 

DISTRICT XIV 
Alexis Anderson 
David Tutor 

DISTRICT XV 
Lanier Hurdle 
Tim Fishel 
Tommy Williams 
Rusty Tucker 
Byron Morris 
Johnny Reeves 
Sharon Loveless 
Max Warren 
Phil Buffington 
Tom Wicker 
Rick Fountain 
Edwin Flint 
Tim Holleman 
Ron Jacobs 
Kathy Ferguson 
Barry McCrory 
Nash Neyland 
Evelyn Tatum 
Laurie Alexander 
Bill Cromwell 
Amy Yeager 



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President 

Pro Tempore 

Clinton Graham 



Sergeants at Arms 

Jane Pinson 

Kim Ward 



Legislative Monitor 
Tim Carpenter 

Parliamentarian 
Tara Odom 




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association Tor 
women students 

Women leaders provide equal representation 

in all campus affairs 

A thriving organization with all types of opportunities 
open to women students, the Association for Women Stu- 
dents provides a variety of services and programs oriented 
for the women of Ole Miss. 

While membership in AWS includes every female student 
at the University of Mississippi, male participation is also 
encouraged. By providing a varied selection of programs 
and speakers, the women of AWS carry on a proud tradi- 
tion of leadership in campus affairs. 







202 — Sludcnl (kivcrnmcnl 




Student Government — 203 



judicial council 



Student problems 
are handled by 
judicial council 



The ASB Judicial Council is composed of a chair- 
man, who is elected by the student body, and six 
associate members, who are appointed by the Asso- 
ciated Student Body President with the approval of 
the Campus Senate. The Council hears disciplinary 
cases and makes recommendations to the University 
administration concerning appropriate action. The 
Council's recommendations are usually followed. 
Other duties of the Council include reviewing Cam- 
pus Senate legislation and hearing appeals from the 
branch councils (which are the Women's Judicial 
Council and the Men's Judicial Council). 




Pat Caldwell 
Chairman 




2()4 — Sludenl Government 



union program council 




Th(; UPC is an active organization that caters 
to a cross siM;tion of th(! entire! lJniv(;rsity. 
Sponsorinj^ evcuythinj^ from pum[)kin carvinj^ 
cont{;sts to short courses in cake; chicorating, 
the? UPC serves every type of student at 01(! 
Miss. Th(! Union is definitely the phict; "where 
everyone meuits." 



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DAVID BROOME — UPC CHAIRMAN 
MIKE CORSO — PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN 
JOHN DOWDLE — FINE ARTS CHAIRMAN 
JAY COOKE — SOCIAL CHAIRMAN 
JOE GETZ — SPECIAL EVENTS CHAIRMAN 
JACK CARRELL — TRAVEL CHAIRMAN 
SALLY ATKINSON — HOLIDAY 

ENTERTAINMENT 
BRAD MALLOW — ENTERTAINMENT 

CHAIRMAN 
DAVID WHITE — PHYSICAL 

ARRANGEMENTS 
BILL HOLCOMB — SPECIAL ADVISOR 




Student Government — 2(lfi 



pre- law society 



Pre-Law Society 
acquaints undergrads 
with profession 



The Pre-Law Society's primary function is to 
acquaint interested undergraduates with the 
various aspects of the legal profession. The 
monthly meetings are highlighted by highly 
informative speakers. Since there is no special 
pre-law curriculum, this organization is quite 
beneficial to those students interested in the 
legal field. 




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OFFICERS 
President — JoAnn Smartgedes 



Vice-President — Chris Baxter 



Secretary — Janice Guyton 

Treasurer — Ellen Kirby 

Graduate Council Representative 
Dave Joslin 



ossociatcd graduate 

student body 



The objective of the AGSB is to encourage an(r 
facilitate graduate interdepartmental commu- 
nication, to serve as a liaison between the 
departments of graduate study and the Uni- 
versity administration, and to encourage a 
sense of professional pride, prestige and unity. 
Any person enrolled in the Graduate School 
of the University of Mississippi is automati- 
cally a member of the AGSB. Representatives 
from each department of graduate study 
attend executive council meetings every tv^o 
weeks. During these meetings, problems, solu- 
tions, and policy-making decisions affecting 
graduate students are discussed. 



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Beth McCall 
Judy DeShong 
Lisa Redditt 
Cheryl Stewart 
Tara Wyatt 
Kate Hoffman 
Jamie Becker 
Cindy Bizzell 
Judy Bickerstaff 
Becky Bush 
Traci Loe 
Ann Parker 
Amy Williams 
Anita Jo Wood 
Emily Lancaster 
Dede Best 
Liz Ederer 



Sheila Donnell 
Amy DeQuesnay 
Heidi Newman 
Ann Roy 
Carol Megehee 
Mary Yerger 
Shelly Stefoniak 
Warrine Trawick 
Allison Brown 
Darby Phillips 
Stefanie Smilie 
Caroline Hill 
Jane Barksdale 
Leta Wood 
Allison Balducci 
Tracy Hoover 
Cathy Wade 




20ti — OrH.ini/alions 



um modeling boord 




Recruitment gives 
added dimension 
to Modeling Board 

The Modeling Board, established by the Association for Women Students, 
performs an entertaining and useful function for the University. Modeling 
members are chosen by impartial judges. Under the direction of sponsor Mrs. 
Marion McEwen, Captain Sheila Donnell and Co-Captain Judy DeShong, the 
board models in alumni shows, recruiting shows and special AWS programs. 




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Captain — Sheila Donnell 
Co-Captain — Judy DeShong 
Treasurer — Ann Parker 
Rec. Secretary — Heidi Newman 
Corr. Secretary — Traci Loe 
Historian — Lisa Redditt 
Publicity — Judy Bickerstaff 
Beth McCall 
:or — Marion McEwen 
;ial Advisor — Dr. Judy Trott 





Organizations — 209 



ambassadors 



The Ambassadors is a very active group here at Ole Miss. 
As the official representatives of the University, they 
travel across the South recruiting future Ole Miss stu- 
dents. By entertaining and talking with high school stu- 
dents and their parents, under the direction of co-chair- 
man Henry Mounger and Anne Myers, the Ambassadors 
spread the spirit and tradition that is Ole Miss. 




1979-80 AMBASSADORS 



Nancy Ann Kimball 
Sally Fowler 
Carolyn McDonald 
Brent Bond 
Bill Bexley 
Patricia Ann Goetz 
Angela Lamb 
Holly Holman 
Gray Mounger 
Craig LovelJ 
Francis Blendenharn 
William Weatherly 
Felicia Rabito 
Mary Austin 
Ann Runyon 
Norma Maynard 
Allison Brown 
MilJeigh Hubbard 
Gina Morrissey 
Ransom McElroy 
Thomas Woods 
Tim Carpenter 
Tim Thompson 
Lydia Prather 
Jimmy Ward 
Paul McLain 
Carolyn Joiner 



Mimi Meeks 
Michael Vance 
Andrew Lockett 
Tina Thomas 
Katherine Hughes 
Allen Jones 
Danny Phillips 
Marty Ramage 
Kathy Latch __ 
Donnell Alexander 
James McKie 
KendaJl Caraway 
Oby Rogers 
Mark Gunn 
Lorraine McAllister 
Clay Burkhart 
Cindy Dawson 
Mary Benvenutti 
Jan Holland 
Mike Landess 
Randy Peets 
Jolin Newcomb 
Amy Rozzell 
Leslie Joyner 
Maray Kendrick 
Patti Nixon 
James Blake 



Co-Chairman 
Henry Mounger Anne Myers 




iilO — Or^.mi/.ations 



financiers 



Business students 

experience career 

opportunities 

The Financiers Club is an organization which seeks to 
acquaint interested students with outstanding business- 
men and bankers from Mississippi and surrounding states 
Sponsored by the Chair of Banking, the Financiers pro- 
vide business majors an opportunity to listen and speak to 
knowledgeable leaders in the business community. 

The Financiers Club strongly encourages those students 
with majors in Banking and Finance and Business Admin- 
istration to participate in its activities, but also invites stu- 
dents of all majors to attend meetings. 

By bringing well informed speakers to the University cam- 
pus, the Financiers Club hopes to present students with 
interesting and relevant issues concerning business and 
banking. 




Organizations — 211 



commitl'ee o! 22 



The Committee of 82, composed of students repre- 
senting the 82 counties of Mississippi, works with 
state legislators for the interests of the University of 
Mississippi. 

The Committee helped sponsor Legislative Day at the 
Ole Miss-Georgia football game when members of 
the Committee had the opportunity to meet and to 
talk with various legislators. The major objective of 
the committee was to have its members write the leg- 
islators from their voting districts concerning the 
needs of the University and the problems of its stu- 
dents. 




Donna Ballard 
Doug Barfield 
Mike Counce 
Orrin Edwards 
Kempe Hodges 
James Rossetti 
Tara McGuire 
John Boggan 
Louise Amos 
Mark Anderson 
Charles Brock 
Michael Hubbert 
Nina Naugle 
Johnny Barrett 
Henderson Cosnahan 



Sally Stewart 
William Travis 
Rosalie McCullough 
James Cox 
Gina Phillips 
Lee Watt 

Melissa Lavender 
Mike Burnett 
Robin Alsobrooks 
Richard Rushing 
Melanie Fields 
Mike Corso 
Paul Grass 
Billy Howell 
Oby Rogers 



Steve Sinquefield 
Ricky Bates 
Melinda Roseberry 
Michael Graves 
Al Williams 
Hal Kittrell 
Michael Haas 
Tim Carpenter 
John Collins 
Cynthia Floyd 
Tracey Dabbs 
Ed Parker 
George Cossar 
James McKie 
Catherine Chatham 




Karen Andrews 
Walt Shinault 
Mary Ray 
Mary Mounger 
Stave Ethridge 
Carole Watkins 
Francis Crenshaw 
Andrew Stokes 
Jata Munro 
Eleanor Winter 
Candace Hall 
Eddy Waller 
Steve Wilkinson 
Frank Barber 
Debbie Nader 
Bob Richardson 
Brad Jeffreys 
Susan Mohamed 
Newell Turner 
Paul Turner 
Deborah Dornell 
Toni McElroy 
Kim Epting 
Carol Megehee 
Thurman Miley 
Zane Coquat 
Mike Gunn 
John McEachin 
Kenny Griffin 
Paul McLain 
Martin Street 
Mark Ray 
Brent Bond 
Craig Lovell 
Marty Namage 
Marice Ivy 
Pamela Prather 
Bobby Moak 
Aubrey Lucas 
Eleanor Gill 
Gregory Burkes 
Lloyd Spivey 
Bruce Grain 
Frank Hurdle 
Scott Kent 
Tuddy Abel 
Dan Turner 
Kent Ozborn 



212 — Organizations 



OFFICERS 

President — Mark Pearson 
Vice-President — Jimmy Hinton 
Secretary — Bobby Coffey 
Treasurer — Rob Jacobson 
Advisor — Dr. Joe Murrey 

MEMBERS 
Gene Yates 
Gabe Gabrielleschi 
Susan Hadley 
Melody Marks 
Stan Evans 
Scott WeatJierly 
Phil Buffington 
Preston Deriveux 
Shuler Griffin 
Robert Box 
Mark Wall 
David Ward 
Joe O'Connor 
Mark Bishop 
Terry Jamison 
Brad Baker 
Dicky Robertson 
Mark Pearson 
Bobby Coffey 
Rob Jacobson 
Jimmy Hinton 
Curtis Greer 
Mil Phillips 
David Wells 
Donnie Hunter 
Cage Caruthers 
Susan Rouse 



gomma iota sigma 

Society provides new 

insight into insurance 

profession 

Gamma Iota Sigma is a National Insurance Society chartered at Ole 
Miss in 1977, and is one of the strongest chapters in the South. One of 
Gamma Iota Sigma's main goals is to educate college students about the 
insurance industry. Gamma Iota Sigma holds meetings every other 
week and hears speakers from the insurance industry. 







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Organizations — 2i:i 



aquaHc club 



OMAC focuses on 
lobbying, service 

The Ole Miss Aquatic Club (OMAC) was formed in 
February 1977 to promote the water sports at the 
University of Mississippi. OMAC has assisted in the 
recruitment of swimmers and divers, lobbied for the 
realization of an indoor water sports complex, co- 
hosted with the Intramural Department the fall 
swimming and diving meet on campus, provided the 
students for the University's Swimming and Diving 
team, assisted Northwest Junior College in organiz- 
ing their program and competed in the annual Mis- 
sissippi Collegiate Swimming and Diving Champion- 
ships. In addition, OMAC sponsored a Red Cross 
"Swim-A-Cross" on October 2. The money earned 
was used to help the victims of Hurricane Frederick. 



OFFICERS 
President — Sara Marks 

Vice-President — Matthew Moore 

Secretary — Meridith Schmeig 

Sponsor — "Flash" Greenlaw 




214 — OrKanizalions 



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OFFICERS 



Chairmen 

Alan Moak 

Sandy Collie 

Hospitality 

Friley Davidson 

Ginger Veazy 

Publicity 

Mary M. Williams 

Johnny Martin 

Music 

Ken Fowler 

JimGulley 



Secretary 
Molly Woodruff 
John Pearson 
Convocations 
Libba Miller 
Mike Tramel 
Programs 
Kris Sturgis 
John Holliday 
Reporter to MS 
Edwin Smith 



B. Adcox 
J. Adcox 

L. Alderson 
L. Alexander 

C. Alford 
K.Allen 
K. Alhen 
M. Allison 
C. Alston 

C. Alvis 

G. Anderson 
M. Anderson 
L. Andrews 
L. Andrews 
M.Andy 
G. Apostle 
L. Ashburn 
C.Atkinson 
M. Austin 
M. Avers 

A. Azim 
C. Baccus 

B. Bagley 
H. Baker 
E. Bailey 
S. Baker 
V. Baker 
J. Barbour 
J. Barlow 
J. Barlow 
M. Bass 
N. Bass 

L. Bates 
J. Battaile 
J. Belk 
B. Bell 
V. Benson 
B. Berryhill 
K. Bethany 
R. Bey 

M. Bickerstaff 
M. Biggs 

A. Birdwell 

D. Blackledge 
L. Blakely 

E. Blackmon 
N. Bledsoe 

E. Boatwright 
J. Bobo 

1. Boggan 

B. Bond 
M. Booth 
J. Borne 
J. Bos 

J. Box 
J. Box 
J. Boyd 
M. Boyd 
P. Boyd 
M. Bracey 
A, Brady 

F. Bramlitt 
M. Brock 
K. Brown 
R. Brown 
S. Brown 

P. Buffington 
E. Burgess 
S. Burke 
L. Bucy 

C. Caldwell 






MEMBERS 

K. Capps 
L. Cardosi 
M. Carmichael 
P. Carpenter 
P. Carson 
T. Caves 
K. Chapman 
A. Clark 
D. Cobb 
K. Coffman 
D.Coker 
K. Coker 

A. Cole 

E. Connell 
J. Cooke 
M. Corso 
S. Corso 
A.Collins 

B. Collum 

C. Cook 
L. Corban 
J. Corey 

A. Creekmore 

F. Crenshaw 
L. Crews 

B. Dalton 
P. Davis 

C. Dawson 
P. Dennards 
S. Donnell 

J. Dowdle 
L. Duncan 
K. Eley 
K. English 
E. Evans 
S. Evans 
M. Fancher 
M. Fields 
N. Flora 
J. Forshee 
S. Fowler 
R. Fratese 
B. Fugate 

A. Garrard 
T. Gerrard 
A.Gillis 
C.Graham 
P. Graham 
P. Grass 

D. Green 

B. Griffin 

C. Griffis 
M. Gunn 
K.Hall 

S. Harper 
R. Harmon 
M. Harris 
J. Harrison 
A. Hart 

C. Henick 

D. Hightower 
M. HoUeman 
T, Holloway 
L. Horner 

A. Houston 
M. Hubbert 
J. Hughes 
S. Ireland 
M. Ivy 
F. Jenkins 
P. Jones 



J. Kennedy 
L. Kennedy 
R.Kent 
C. Knox 
P. Knight 
S. Lamb 
P. Lawrence 
S. Lewis 

A. Mahoney 
J. Martin 

J. McCaull 
S. McClure 
T. McCollum 
M. McMillin 
W. McNamee 
S. McRoberts 
M. Meeks 
J. Megehee 

B. Messer 
S.Miller 
M. Miner 

B. Morgan 
J. Morgan 

C. Morris 
J. Morson 

D. Myers 
P. Nixon 
J. Nordan 
J. Oakes 
M.Ola 

I. Paris 
P. Parker 
J. Patterson 
P. Patterson 
R. Patterson 
P. Peden 
L. Peters 
D.Phillips 
L. Pierce 

A. Pinion 
D. Petitjean 

B. Powell 

C. Primos 
K. Pruette 
C. Purser 
L. Purser 
N. Quinn 

S. Quiriconi 
R. Rader 
R. Ratcliff 
M.Ray 
G. Reed 
S.Ray 
W.Ray 
C. Ridgway 
H. Riley 

B. Robinson 

F. Robinson 
S. Robinson 
O. Rogers 
R. Romeo 
C. Rooks 
A. Ross 

C. Ross 
A. Rozzell 
R. Rushing 

G. Russell 
M. Rylee 
K.Salter 
C. Sanders 
A.Schmidt 



commitl'gg of IQQ 

Variety of programs 

stimulates 

religious life 

The Religious Emphasis Program at Ole Miss is guided by the Com- 
mittee of 100 which is composed of student representatives from the 
14 different rehgious organizations on the campus, as well as stu- 
dents from all other areas of campus life. The Committee sponsors 
speakers, dramas, musicals, study groups, and volunteer projects for 
the purpose of stimulating the religious development of students. 




S. Schore 
T. Scott 
S. Seaton 
P.Seid 
M. Selman 
M. Semmnes 
B. Shannon 
B. Sharmon 
M. Shelton 
L. Sherman 
W. Shinault 
L. Shirley 
P. Shumake 
D. Simpson 
B. Sinclair 
L. Sisson 
K. Slom 
B.Smith 
L.Smith 
S. Smith 
S. Snow 



C. Sorrels 


G.Tilley 


S. Spencer 


B.Tindall 


A. Speery 


O. Tirey 


E. Spivey 


M. Tramel 


M. Stephenson 


J.Truax 


L. Slesert 


A. True 


D. Story 


C.Tullos 


S. Story 


S.Tullos 


M. Strom 


P. Turnage 


J. Stroud 


N.Turner 


E. Sumner 


P. Turner 


L. Sumners 


D. Tutor 


N.Tatum 


S. Ulmer 


C.Taylor 


G. Veazy 


K. Terney 


J. Verell 


J. Terry 


V. Wade 


C.Thomas 


M. Waggener 


G.Thomas 


M. Walker 


L. Thomas 


L. Wall 


K.Thompson 


D. Wallace 


L. Tillery 


P.Wallace 



G.Ward 
K. Ward 
M. Warren 
T. Watkins 
R. Watson 
K.Webb 
B. Weldy 
B. Wells 
K. Wheeler 
P. Wheeler 
D. White 
J. White 
L.White 
S.White 
K. Wiles 
L. Wilbanks 
T. Wilks 
B.Williams 
C.Williams 
L. Williams 
P.Williams 



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D. Wood 
W. Wood 
C. Woodall 
J. Wysor 
S. Yelverton 
M. Yerger 
T. York 
W. York 



Organizations — 21S 



karate club 

Self-control teaches 
self-defense 

In September of 1975, the Isshinryu Karate Club was begun on 
the Ole Miss Campus. Its principles are dedicated to the study of 
Isshinryu Karate as an extremely effective art of self-defense in 
order to further develop the mind and body. The members of the 
Club not only profit from the art itself, but also from their fellow 
clubmates. Membership into the Isshinryu Karate Club is open to 
the students, faculty, and staff of the University. 



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OFFICERS 

President — Alex Brinkley 
Vice-President — Vernon Miles 
Secretary-Treasurer — Susan Eads 

MEMBERS 

Tommy Gryder 
Robby Gryder 
Tim McMinn 
John Bullard 
Mark Dawkins 
Gustavo Fermin 
Kenneth Gleaton 
Larry Stevenson 
Kenneth Downs 
Scott Haugh 
Bobby Holley 
Pickens Brady 
Tucker Goodwin 
Tim McMinn 
Keith Searcy 
Audra Castles 



21t) — OrKiini/.iilinns 



bopHsl" studenl' union 




Having served the University of Mississippi for 
over fifty years, the Baptist Student Union contin- 
ues to make available outstanding programs of 
spiritual and religious emphasis. BSU is a fellow- 
ship of college students seeking to find and imple- 
ment God's purpose for them and their world. 

The program provides opportunity for an inward 
journey of spiritual grov^h and an outward jour- 
ney of service to others. 



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THE BSU COUNCIL 

President — Tim Sullivan 
Vice-President — Mark Roush 
Secretary — Pamela Moorhead 
Social Leader — Angelia Mullins 
Sports Leader — John Hardy 
Worship Leader — Ken Hall 
Special Ministries — Greg Stewart 
Retreat Leader — Cindy Wall 
Summer Missions — Lorie Carpenter 
Local Missions — Phillip Carr 
International Leader — Paul McLain 
BSU Director — Ron Boswell 



Organizations — 217 



srudcni naiionol 

educaHonal assn 



OFFICERS 

President — Susan Bailess 

Vice-President — Judy 
Bickerstaff 

Treasurer — Mary Beth 
McMillin 

Secretary — Ciiristy McMikle 

Social Chairman — Ginger 

Veazy 




women in communicaHons^ 



OFFICERS 



President — Karen Hinton 

Vice-President — Kathy 
Ferguson 

Secretary — Melanie 
Brandt 

Treasurer — Kathy Cluck 




21H— Pnifcssitin.ils 



men's intramural council 




OFFICERS 

President — Hu Meena 

Vice-President — Don Allen 

Secretary/Treasurer — Randy 

Peets 

Scorekeeper — Lee Moses 

Director of Intramurals — 

Mr. William Kingery 



Kappa cpsilon 




OFFICERS 

President — Eunice Aycock 

Vice-President — Gayle 
Walker 

Secretary — Rhonda Mills 

Treasurer — Ann Calloway 

Historian — Amba Stokes 

Chaplain — Kathy Loden 

Pledge Trainer — Mary Tabor 



Professionals — 219 



phi bcfo lombdo 



Phi Beta Lambda is a national business fraternity for students inter- 
ested in business careers. The purpose of the organization is to give 
students opportunities to develop knowledge, understanding, and 
personal qualities which will enable them to be successful in busi- 
ness careers. PBL seeks to develop competent, aggressive business 
leadership; to create more interest and understanding in the intelli- 
gent choice of business occupations; to participate in worthy under- 
taking for the improvement of business and the community and to 
develop character, to train for useful citizenship, and to foster patri- 
otism. We are honored to have as a member of our chapter the 1979- 
80 Mississippi PBL President, Tim Miller. Membership is open to any 
student enrolled in one or more business courses. 




OFFICERS 
President — Dean Benton, Vice-Presi- 
dents — Walter Osborne, Marlin Wom- 
ack, Jr., Treasurer — Susan Lyon, Sec- 
retary — Shirley Eichelberger 
Adviser — Charles Walker 

MEMBERS 

Suzanne Avery 
Joe Azar 
Julie Beard 
Dean Benton 
Guy Bond 
Gayle Burch 
Joe Carty 
Travis Childrs 
David Childress 
Bill Cousar 
Steve Conosky 
Shirley Eichelberger 
Kim Elbe 
Suzette Floyd 
Rosemary Franks 
Cynthia Gibbone 
Brenda Gin 
Becky Glisson 
Ricky Green 
Cemiel Griswold 
David Gullick 
Candace Hall 
Cheri Hampton 
Lee Harbin 
Phillop Hendrix 
Mike Hill 
Tish Holloway 
Bryan Holstrom 
Cheryl Hopkins 
Chuck Inman 
Charlene Jefferson 
Christy Jones 
Melissa Kinney 
Theresa Kent 
Mark Kirchgessner 
Hal Kittrell 
Larry Landry 
Jeff Lann 
Susan Lyon 
Tim McCabe 
Susan McKiernan 
Beverly McNeill 
Lisa Marshall 
Cindy Mathews 
Philip Miller 
Tim Miller 
Monty Montgomery 
Allen Mothershed 
Susan Nixon 
Dianne O'Connell 
Walter Osborne 
Everlean Pettis 
David Pray 
Kim Psanos 
Carl Ray 
Tanya Reynolds 
Tripp Richardson 
Felecia Riley 
Lynn Roberson 
Andrew Schram 
David Shepard 
Jessica Sibley 
Story Stamm 
Brad Taylor 
Donna Tutor 
Jane Umfress 
Eric Umsled 
Leslie Waldrom 
Dwayne Watts 
Dan Williams 
Marlin Womack, Jr. 
Randy Young 



220 — Profcssiunuls 



shorl'hand reporl'crs 



OFFICERS 
President — Meri Jo Marriam 

Vice-President — Debbie Lundy 

Treasurer — Mary Rogers 

Corresponding Secretary — Mona 
Chin 

Recording Secretary — Fran Askew 

Reporter — Bonnie Garner 

Historian — Sandy Tedford 



Court reporters stress 
professionalism 

The University of Mississippi Shorthand Reporters 
Association (UMBRA) was estabhshed in 1977 to give 
students the opportunity to learn more about court 
reporting and to promote professionaUsm in the court 
reporting field. 

By bringing successful court reporters, as well as judges 
and court officials, to campus as speakers, UMSRA 
seeks to provide students with relevant information 
concerning the court reporting profession. The purpose 
of the organization is to help students develop the 
understanding and personal qualities required for a 
rewarding court reporting career. 




Professionals — 221 



happa psi 



Pride and prestige 
offered by fraternity 



Founded in 1879, Kappa Psi is the nation's 
oldest and largest professional pharmacy 
fraternity. The Beta Rho chapter of Kappa 
Psi at Ole Miss was chartered in 1926 and 
is the state's oldest and largest profes- 
sional pharmacy fraternity. Kappa Psi 
offers to all members the pleasure of good 
fellowship, the prestige of professional 
recognition, and the inner pride of accept- 
ance on the basis of personal qualifica- 
tions. Membership is open to students 
enrolled in the School of Pharmacy who 
have maintained a 2.00 grade point aver- 
age. 







222 — Professionals 



OFFICERS 

President — James Jelks 
Vice-President — Rickey Chance 
Treasurer — Tony Cook 
Corr. Secy. — Mickey King 
Rec. Secy. — Gary Griffin 
Sgt-at-Arms — Mike Moffett 
Inner Guard — Andy Stepp 
Toastmaster — Bill Stringer 
Chaplain — Lael Palmertree 
Rush Chairmen — Jerry Smith 

David Curtis 
Pledge Trainers — Brian Smith 

Tommy 

Bullock 
Faculty Advisor — Dr. John 

Hickenbottom 



phi delta chi 

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''The Pharmacy 
Fraternity" 
Promotes 
Professionalism 

Phi Delta Chi is a professional fraternity for 
men who are outstanding students in the 
school of Pharmacy. Founded in 1883, Phi 
Delta Chi's purpose is to promote the sci- 
ence of Pharmacy. Through its various 
health and science-related projects, Phi 
Delta Chi seeks to enhance the professional- 
ism of its members who are to become hon- 
ored practitioners of Pharmacy. 






ireg Axers 

Jrad Barnes 
Mitchell Barrett.,^. 
Geoff Becker J^ 
Trent Bennett 
Butch Benson 
Jack Bowles 
Tommy Bullock 
Randy Calvert 
Rickey Chance 
Kenny Clark 
Tony Cook 
Keith Cooley 
Greg Crumbly 
David Curtis 
John Davis 
Ken DeTurk 



Jan Bolton 
Janie Bradley 
Imelda Cuellar 



PHI DELTA q 

^P)avi 
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David Fulp 
William Gee 
lobert Gin 
"Gary Griffin 
Jim Hanson 
Don Haynes 
^*|ames Jelks 
|bhii Johrgon 
Barry Jones *. 
jjp^n Kapeghil 
ftn Kaufman 
Micky King 
iis Kilpatrick 
, Lence 
^Mussell Love 



LITTLE SISTERS 
Connie Ferguson 
Patra Gilmer 
Kim Havi'kins 
Martha Holleman 




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06^n Martin 
Mteni Mestayer 
ike Moffett 
leq Murray 
jiSert Neely 
Lael Palmertree 
Jom Pittman 
Larry Sanders 
Tommy Shields 
Brian Smith 
Jerry Smith 
Jim Smith 
Joe Spence 
Andy Stepp 
Bill Stringer 
Mike Worsham 

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Jeannie Kelley 

Johnnie Kemp 

Cathy Wichert 

)ebra Veazey 





Phi Delia Chi— 22S 




Editor-in-Chief: Buster Turner 

Assistant Editor: Kay Wiles 

Secretary: Rosalie McCullough 







224 — Communications 







I'he ole miss 



"The value of the yearbook 
is not what it does when it 
comes out, but what it does 
20 and 25 years later." 

This quote from a Texas administrator 
expresses the concept on which the editor and 
staff of the 1980 OLE MISS built the yearbook. 
With the realization that the yearbook is the 
only permanent pictorial record of a "college 
year" and that college yearbooks are being used 
more and more as a source of campus research, 
this 33-member team worked diligently to pro- 
vide an accurate account of what 'being at Ole 
Miss in 1979-80' was like. This volume is slightly 
streamlined from its immediate predecessor, 
with more emphasis placed on relevant events 
which relate mainly to this particular year. 

In keeping with the UM tradition of being a 
university of the first-class, the 1978 OLE MISS 
was awarded this fall with the Printing Indus- 
tries of America Graphic Arts Award for excel- 
lence in design and composition. And the desire 
for this same type of excellence characterized 
the '80 OLE MISS staff, an outstanding group of 
professionals who worked together to provide a 
detailed account of the Ole Miss experience — 
the 1980 OLE MISS. 





Communications — 225 



EDITORS: 

Activities — Danny Story 

Administration — Hermine McLarty 

Patti Anne Patterson 
Advertisements — Karen Roebuck 
Art — Linda Gustafson 

Sam Varner 
Classes — Clay Burkhart 
Copy — Lisa Purser 
Culture — Lisa Redditt 
Features — Martha Smithson 
Doug Yarbrough 
Greeks — Jan Holland 

Tish Holloway 
Honors — Cathy Wills 

Lydia Prather 
Index — John Dowdle 
Organizations — Mike Corso 
Sports — Lee Watt 




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226 — Ci>mmuniciillons 




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Business Staff: 

Business Manager — Marty Tucker 

Asst. Business Manager — Joe Getz 

Advertising Manager — Laurie 
Kennedy 

Staff — Jami Conway 
Melinda Harris 
Pliillip Meredith 
Tammy Moore 
Peggy Strock 
William Weatherly 
Mary Yerger 



ASSISTANTS TO THE EDITORS: 

Activities — Ann Fortenberry 

Art — Friley Davidson 

Classes — Eleanor Gill 

Culture — John Pearson 

Organizations — Laura Alvey, Kim Pruette 

Index — Mary Joe Fancher, Wendy Asbury 

Sports — Phil Miron, Bubba Morgan 

Odds and Ends — Frances Crenshaw, Dee Parks 



Staff Photographers: 

Mary Elizabeth Partin, Head 

Candy Reed 

Paul Knight 

Doll Netterville 

Barry McClendon 

Steve Parham 

Scott Gabbert 



Communicalions — 227 



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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Kathy Dunagin 




PHOTOGRAPHERS: Chuck Poling, Woody Woodrick. 
John Hayden, Kathy Ferguson 




CIRCULATION MANAGER: Jay Johnson 

NEWS EDITOR: Jimmy Ward 

ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR: Babs Carpenter 



SPORTS EDITOR: Steve Riley 

MANAGING EDITOR: Cathy Cluck 

ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR: Woody Woodrick 



228 — Communications 




Communications — 229 



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SPONSORS — ( L-R Back) Kathy Ott, Julie Rhyne, Debbie Owens, Donna Gressett, Kathy Bellamy, 
Imelda Cuellar; (Front) Connie Odom, Kim Carlisle, Sara Marks, Brenda Goss; (not pictured) Jennifer 
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Skinner; (not pictured) Jacobs. 




Juniors — (L-R back) Wilson, Arnold, Ethridge, Leist, Van Wert, Leider; (L-R front) Miller, Gibson, Delaquis; (not pictured) Skinner, Chadwick 




Sophomores — (L-R top to bottom) Lockwood, Gutlipth, De Veer, Farris, Thurlow, Hull, Loyd, McNeer, Smith, Rowe, McClain, Reina, Elliot, Wax, 
Walker, Jacobs, Maher, Wooten, Weigandt, Kligen, Gilbert, Hughes, Keebler; (not pictured) Rice 




hmshmcn — (L-R lop to bottom) Williams, Blary, Gwin, R. King, Speights, Bell, Doty, Williamson, Lee, Miner, Hummond, Cavano, McDaniels, Atchi- 
son, Schollberg, Wheeler, Tullos, Beard, Scott, Croce, Gemborys. Elston, Lindley, Rivers, Hanson, Siemer, Cotton, Pottry, Martin, Breeding, Impelliz- 
/.(;r, Lipski, Watson, Clements, Graham. Arbter, Null Pressler. (n.p.) Calderwood, Douglas, Tiking, Ross 



air force 




232— Unifdrrlis 






Uniforms — 233 



army 






234 — Uniforms 







Uniforms — 235 



ongel fligh]* 



Angel Flight is a national service organization open to 
women at the University of Mississippi. These girls are 
selected each spring by interview's. Objectives of the 
Flight are to promote and serve the United States Air 
Force, the Air Force ROTC program, the Arnold Air 
Society and the University of Mississippi and its sur- 
rounding community. This year Angel Flight sponsored 
many projects to help the needy and underprivileged. 




OFFICERS 

Commander — Mary 

Donnelly 
Executor — Mary Beth 

McMillian 
Operations — Vicki Wills 
Comptroller — Tory 

Robertson 
Administration — Dawn 

George 
Information — Jan 

Drewry 
Arnold Air Liaison — 

Kathryn Chapman 
Chaplain — Lee Moss 

MEMBERS 
Mary Beth McMillin 
Jan Drewry 
Dawn George 
Joanie Abernathy 
Missie Roche 
Tracy Carruthers 
Alice Michel 
Ingeline Smith 
Cindy Dawson 
Ann Harwell 
Lee Moss 

Lorraine McAllister 
Melinda Bunch 
Vicki Wills 
Meg Graham 
Cindy Callahan 
Ester Wencel 
Penny Wallace 
Irma Paris 
Ann Riley 
Becky House 
Sheldon Miles 
Kathryn Chapman 
Tory Roberson 
Mary Donnelly 
Jenny Moss 



236 — Lniforms 



arnold air sociei-y 



Arnold Air Society Emphasizes 

Service 

The Arnold Air Society is a national professional honorary as well as a service 
organization composed of selected Air Force ROTC Cadets. Named in honor of 
the late General H. H. "Hap" Arnold, the society participated in service projects 
during 1979-80 such as blood drives, hypertension testing and sponsoring a Boy 
Scout Troop for mentally retarded children. 

The AL Key Squadron of Arnold Air Society at Ole Miss is named in honor of 
Al Key, vv^ho set the flight endurance record in 1935 in his plane, the "Ole Miss." 
Members for this service-oriented society are chosen on the basis of grade point 
average, 




Uniforms — 237 



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Band continues to 
boost UM spirit 

This year once again, the Ole Miss Marching Band, 
"The Pride of the South," provided exciting halftime 
performances and entertainment. 



Under the direction of Dr. Luther Snavely, Jr., the 
band continued to excel in Music appreciation and 
performance. The Ole Miss Marching Band is, and 
always will be a major recruiting asset of the Univer- 
sity. 



BAND STAFF: 

Dr. Luther Snavely, Jr. — Director 
Dr. Dwayne P. Sagen — Ass't Director 
John R. Bradley — Graduate Assistant 
Rusty Logan — Graduate Assistant 
Jerry Gogdell — Graduate Assistant 
Linda Bishop — Choreographer 



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FEATURE TWIRLERS: 

Stephanie Phillips 
Jeff Zahn 

DRUM MAJORS: 

Trish Doty 
Robin Wofford 

REBELLETTES: 

Anita Jo Wood, Colonel 
Sheri Rankin, Col-onel 

Jaida Blanchard 
Susan Byrum 
Angela Clark 
Lauree Crowder 
Jacquie Gordon 
Melissa Gurner 
Lyn Heard 
Malinda Hill 
Sheila Lightsey 
Mary Evelyn Meeks 
Susie Merrill 
Jill Moeller 

Mary Ellen McLemore 
Carla Neal 
Heidi Neumann 
Cindy Owens 
Ann Runyon 
Ginger Stribling 
Lynn Taylor 
Lisa Trammell 
Jan Wetzel 
Tammy Williams 
Leta Wood 



238 — Song and Uani.i' 





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AVendy HoWorf, (*ptain 

Ann Adey" 
Linda White 
Rebecca White 




TRUMPETS: 

Bob Bruce 
; David Chalk 
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Jay Harri; 
Cindy Maplfis 
John Mixon 
Julius Powell 
Nancy Quic 
Scott Reeves 
Jeff Roberson*" 
Jimmy Ro^j^e^^l , 
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Joseph ScljdiF • 
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Michael Cravens 



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Shorter 
Mike Smith 
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Suzi Rish 
John David Carlislj 
Donna Barnes 
Barbara Keys 
Vanessa Middleton 
Les Smith 
Steve Walters 





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Charles Brewer 
Asheton Call 
John Carroll 
Mark Davis 
Carl Edwards 
Cowan Hunter 
Daryl Lloyd 
Mike Schirmer 
Bernadette Simpson 
Anthony Steele 
Jimmy Turner 
Mike Womack^ 
Joe Herrington^*^ 



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Mike Biggs 
Larry Gooch 
Dwight Chestnut 
Brad Clasgens 

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Steve Hurst 
Wayne Parkam 
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~ Craig" Weeks 
Larry Burfell 
Vickie Smllb^ .' 
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John McEaewg 
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jazz band 



Sounds of New Orleans 
are here at Ole Miss 

Ole Miss is the home of the first university jazz band, dating to 1897, 
and the home of the 1979-80 edition of the University's number one jazz 
band, the "Mississippians." There are two additional jazz bands which 
are vital to our jazz program; they are the "Collegians" and "Rebe- 
laires." In addition to the annual "Jazz Reunion" concerts held in April 
of each year, the "Mississippians" present concerts and pageants on 
campus and in recent years have been actively involved in recruiting by 
presenting concerts while on tour in Mississippi and the Mid-South. 




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Mike Schirmer 
David Turner 
William McEwen 
Mike Womack 
Jeff Young 
Thomas Peterson 
Ricky Faison 
Mary Donnelly 
Jay Johnson 
Wayne Parham 
Larry Burrell 
Larry Gooch 
Gary Gooch 
Joe Scholl 
David Chalk 
Mark Ulrich 
Stephen Gear 
Kirk Lee 
Ron Grost 
Clif Jones 
John Kennerly 
Darrell Elledge 
Dr. John McCauley 



240 — Sun^ and Dance 



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Group Combines Talents for 
Entertainment and Recruitment 

The Group is combined of musically talented men and women students who aid the University in enter- 
taining as well as recruiting. At the beginning of each fall semester many students audition to become 
members of this popular organization. The primary function of The Group is to aid in recruitment. Com- 
posed of about fifteen members, these students perform song and dance routines that have become favor- 
ites among all age groups. 




1979-80 MEMBERS 

David Abraham 
Randy Butler 
Kim Kennedy 
Lori Tucker 
Diane Bounds 
Lisa Pierce 
Beth McKee 
Mike Varner 
Jackie C. Pearson 
Rick Cooglar 
Mike Mitchell 
Robbie Robinson 
Candace Jones 



Song and Dance — 241 



army rote sponsors 



Army Sponsors Work Hard; 
Achieve Goals 

Associated with the Army ROTC here at the University of 
Mississippi is another outstanding service organization — 
the Army ROTC sponsors. These girls are chosen for their 
ability and desire to promote the objectives of the United 
States Army and the Army ROTC here at Ole Miss. Each 
year the sponsors participate in service projects to aid the 
University and its surrounding community. 




1979-80 MEMBERS 
Liz Collier — Commander 
Shannon Kimbrough 
Caroline Boch 
Lisa Lewis 
Bettie Bonds 
Amy Jo Dunavant 
Cathy Martin 
Mary Kate Pirrie 
Robin Shippey 
Andrea Simpson 
Pam Walker 
Patti Pigg 
Karen Welch 
Nancy Pennington 
Johnny Faye Speakman 
Karen Mazzanti 
Joyce Woodall 
Revonda Harris 
Leslie Andrews 
Hilda Welsh 



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242 — Uniforms 



rebel recruil'ers 




Uniforms — 243 



residence hall associaHon 



President — Mike McKay 
Vice-President — Sally Stone 



Secretary — Pat Eisenbeis 
Treasurer — Joyce Woodall 



RHA Encourages 
Participation, Fun 

The Residence Hall Association is the student government for 
more than 4,000 on-campus residents. Founded in 1975, the 
RHA is responsible for a variety of programming, administra- 
tive and judicial tasks. This year the association sponsored a 
vdde variety of social activities designed to promote a closer 
relationship betw^een the different residence halls. To facili- 
tate this the RHA has a representative in each hall council 
whose duty is to provide the services of the association. 




244 — Residence Halls 




Residence Halls — 245 



residence holls 



Miller 



OFFICERS 

President — Patti Forsythe 
Vice-President — Jerry Morgan 
Secretary — Tracey Renfro 
Treasurer — Teresa Fong 

FLOOR REPS. 

Gina Cooper 
Betsy O'Connor 
Judy Wong 
Casey Hamilton 
Estelle Hyde 
Sandra Maher 




Isom-Barnard-Somerville 



OFFICERS 

President — Belinda Hertz 
Vice-President — Dorothy Swims 
Secretary — Nellie Pettis 
Treasurer — Donna Conner 

FLOOR REPS. 

Vickie Linton 
Zanthia Calms 
Ella Wortham 
Cynthia Reeves 
Ellen Waits 
Everdean Pettis 
Candace Criss 
Tanya Bell 
Evelyn Hokey 
Vera Johnson 








246 — Dorm Life 




residence halls 



Brown 



OFFICERS 

President — Pat Eisenbeis 
Vice-President — Patti Harbin 
Secretary/Treasurer — Judy Cotter 

FLOOR REPS. 

Sharon Story 
Sarah King Harrison 
Debbie Lundy 
Sharon Ewert 
Janice Bateman 
Juhe Wetzel 
Carolyn Millard 
Joni Tharp 

JUDICIAL 

Diane Beebe 
Ashley Cole 
Pearl Signa 
Paula Kocton 
Janet Lewis 
Janie Dupuy 



Heddleston-Mayes-Garland 




OFFICERS 

President — Beth Henderson 
Vice-President — Mary Brooks 
Secretary — Bettye Nelson 
Treasurer — Sara McGuire 

FLOOR REPS. 

Ashley Miller 
Laurie Rash 
Summer Whitford 
Kendra Belcher 
Cheryl James 
Kaye Wren 
Cheryl Kimmons 
Nora Balthis 
Bridget Franklin 



Dorm Life — 247 



residence halls 



OFFICERS 

President — Angelyn Scardino 
Vice-President — Mary Hentz 
Secretary-Treasurer — Alicia 
Ertle 




Hefley 



OFFICERS 



President — Janet Rush 
Vice-President — Stacy White 
Secretary/Treasurer — Lee 
Vaught 
RHA Rep. — Karen Drewery 

FLOOR REPS. 

Robin Allen 
Cathy Sanders 
Shirley Eichelberger 
Dani Allred 




24H — Dorm Life 



residence holls 




New 

OFFICERS 

President — Alida Moore 
Vice-President — Melissa Moffatt 
Secretary-Treasurer — Joyce Woodall 
Judicial Chairman — Heather 
McCluskey 

FLOOR REPRESENTATIVES 

Ann Adey 
Ann Best 
Carol Box 
Cynthia Box 
Kathy Godwin 
Kimberly Macione 
Liz Meadors 
Anita Oliver 
Tracy Sheffield 
Suzanne Stewart 



Guess 




OFFICERS 

President — Sally Stone 
Vice-President — Suzie Rish 
Secretary — Kathy Daley 
Treasurer — Barbara Felks 

FLOOR REPRESENTATIVES 

Sandy Diebold 
Sarah Gill 
Sheri Pastewka 
Cathy Polk 
Yvonne Wheeler 
Kathy Wicker 



Residence Halls — 249 



residence halls 



Deaton 

OFFICERS 

President — Melanie Senf 
Vice-President — Lisa Dolloff 
Secretary-Treasurer — Janet Purvis 
Judicial Chairman — Cathy Markow 

FLOOR REPRESENTATIVES 

Kim Harrison 
Jocelyn Jolly 
Pat Larkin 
Durenda Prevost 




Faulkner — Howry 



OFFICERS 

President — Carl Mullican 
Vice-President — Mike Roane 

FLOOR REPRESENTATIVES 

Alder Ahlvin 
Phil Hendrix 
Bob Liepelt 
Kevin Wilkinson 




250 — Residence Halls 



residence halls 




Powers 

OFFICERS 

President — Billy Howell 
Vice-President — Carl Chaney 
Secretary-Treasurer — Jerry Sanders 
Judicial Chairman — Craig Collins 

FLOOR REPRESENTATIVES 

John Powell 
Billy Joe Quimby 
Tommy Stribling 



Kincannon 




OFFICERS 

President — David Sirera 
Vice-President — Orrin Edwards 
Secretary-Treasurer — Andrew 

Lockett 
Judicial Chairman — Andy 

Hughes 

FLOOR REPRESENTATIVES 

Mike Carmichael 
Wayne Dawson 
Keith Morgan 
William Smith 
John Sparks 
Tom Ware 
Wayne Wooten 



Residence Halls — 251 



residence halls 



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EXECUTIVE OFFICERS 
President — Andy Forte 
Vice-President — Julian Carroll 
Secretary-Treasurer — Hal Kittrell 

FLOOR REPRESENTATIVES 
Samir Abu-Hamra 
Steve Bingham 
Robert Camp 
Julian Carroll 
Shawn Costner 
Terry Ford 
Michael Hamerski 
Robert HoUocher 
Joe Kelley 
Jimmy Lamb 
Steve Magee 
Dave McCullough 
Johnny McKenzie 
Randy Middleton 
Ricky Sears 
Jim Skinner 
Jason Slezak 
Richard Swan 
Eric Wheeler 
Scott Yoste 




Twin Towers Judicial Council 



JUDICIAL COUNCIL 

Chairman — Michael Butschek 
Head Floor Rep, West — Steve 

Magee 
Head Floor Rep, East — Dick 

Swan 
Andrew Stokes 
Joe Beaty 
Phillip Baker 
Tony Stringer 




252 — Residence Halls 



residence halls 




Leavell 

OFFICERS 

President — Chuck Poling 

FLOOR REPRESENTATIVES 

Jimmie Allgood 
Richard Delaquis 
Terry Henry 
Howard McElroy 
George Neal 



National Residence Hall Honorary 




NATIONAL RESIDENCE HALL 
HONORARY 

The purpose of the National Resi- 
dence Hall Honorary is to provide 
recognition for those individuals 
who have contributed outstanding 
service and leadership in the 
advancement of the residence hall 
system at the University of Missis- 
sippi, and to provide a means by 
which they can continue to use 
these qualities in developing other 
leaders. 



Residence Halls — 253 



residence hall life 



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Residence Halls — 255 



256 — Greeks 






JAN HOLLAND, editor 
TISH HOLLOWAY, co-editor 



Panhellenic 


258 


Interfraternity Council 


260 


Sororities and 


262 


Fraternities 





Greeks — 257 



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Alpha Kappa Alpha: 
Lerlean Blakely 

Alpha Delta Pi: 
Teri Miller 
Kim Eble 
Melanie Pittman 

Alpha Omicron Pi: 
)ulie Winters 
Cindy Ferrell 
Vicki Wills 

Chi Omega: 
Jennifer Moorhead 
Ann Fortenberry 
Irma Paris 

Delta Delta Delta: 
Phyllis Dale 
Beth Jackson 
Beth Ginn 

Delta Gamma: 
Lexanne Arnold 
Ann Parker 
Sonya Rogers 

Delta Sigma Theta: 
Demetria Newsome 




Kappa Delta: 
Dana Palmieri 
Marta Martinez 
Mignon Clark 

Kappa Alpha Theta: 
Shannon Quiriconi 
Susan Waitkers 
Melody Marks 

Kappa Kappa Gamma: 
Patrice Watson 
Julie Rhyne 
Quinn Cooper 

Pi Beta Phi: 
Peg Hughston 
Marylee Minor 
Gay Cox 

PhiMu: 

Kathy Williams 
Ann Harwell 
Kathy Godwin 

Zeta Tau Alpha: 
Cindy Reeves 
Dianna Reed 
Susan Gillenwater 





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PANHELLENIC 



President — Melanie Walker 
Vice President — Leigh Lovett 
Secretary — Fran Askew 
Treasurer — Kate Hoffman 



The governing body for the sororities on campus, the Ole Miss Panhellenic Council 
works toward the advancement and unification of all member sororities. 

One of the major functions of Panhellenic is that of conducting and overseeing Formal 
Rush in the fall. The Council representatives must make sure that all sorority members 
abide by the Rush rules. Panhellenic teams up with the Interfraternity Council each year 
to sponsor Greek Week, a week of fun and activities designed to promote good relations 
between fraternities and sororities. 

Not only does Panhellenic work with sororities and fraternities, it provides services for 
the community as well. With such projects as giving money and food to the elderly and 
sponsoring parties for the Ole Miss kindergarten children, the Panhellenic Council adds 
strength and vitality to the Ole Miss Greek system. 



I Greeks — 259 



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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

President — Richard Jones 
Vice President — Tommy Shepherd 
Recording Secretary — Allan Moak 
Corresponding Secretary — Mike Landess 
Treasurer — Bobby Sharman 

The University of Mississippi Interfraternity Council is the central organization of the social fraternities on 
the Ole Miss campus. Composed of two representatives from every fraternity, the IPC works toward bettering 
relations among Greeks. The purpose of the organization is to advance the better interests of the fraternities in 
connection with the general welfare of the student body as a whole. Another aspect of the IPC is its authority to 
exercise governmental control over fraternity actions. 

The three major yearly projects of the IPC are sponsoring Greek Week in the spring with Panhellenic, con- 
ducting Formal Fraternity Rush Week in the fall, and publishing the IPC Rush Book. The IPC also works with 
the Order of Omega and Panhellenic in having social functions and grants a scholarship to the IPC Campus 
Model Pledge amounting to one-half of his sophomore year in-state tuition. 








Alpha Phi Alpha: 


Virtis Lanier 


Omar Kostelny 


James Gilleylen 




Randy Pang 


John Jenkins 


Kappa Sigma: 






Jim Cook 


Pi Kappa Alpha 


Alpha Tau Omega: 


Phillip Baker 


Tom Bat 


Tommy Shepherd 




Steve Laird 


Craig Lovell 


Omega Psi Phi: 






Harold Kennell 


Pi Kappa Phi: 


Beta Theta Pi: 


Vernon Miles 


Carl Mullican 


Richard Jones 






Randy Boyles 


Phi Beta Sigma: 


Sigma Alpha 


Mitch Forester 


Calvin Collins 


Epsilon: 
Tad Mays 


Chi Psi: 


Phi Deha Theta: 


Jim Neeld 


Bobby Sharman 


Rob Heard 




David Spear 


Bill Holcomb 


Sigma Chi: 
Doug McDaniel 


Delta Psi: 


Phi Kappa Psi: 


Ron Hendrix 


Clinton Graham 


Rush Mosley 




Allan Moak 


Martin Dunagin 


Sigma Nu: 
Stacey Sims 


Kappa Alpha: 


Phi Kappa Tau: 


Prince Bolin 


Mike Landess 


Fred Rand 




Doug Altenbern 


Mark Kirschgessner 


Zeta Beta Tau: 
Richard Furr 


Kappa Alpha Psi: 


Phi Kappa Theta: 


Kevin March 



C;ri-cks — 2fi1 



Sorority Rush 
Goes Up In Lights 



Amidst smiles, giggled greetings of "pleezedtameechas" and 
songs of sisterhood during Fall Rush 1979, a small film crew 
from sunny California quietly captured part of sorority life at 
Ole Miss. 

The 15-member crew shot thousands of feet of film, the 
result of which will be an hour-long documentary for the 
Public Broadcasting Service. It will depict the progression of 
sorority rush week from the opening workshops through the 
formal parties and bid night, when sorority memberships are 
extended. 

They arrived on campus in mid-August, and began setting 
up equipment and arranging interviews at the individual 
sorority houses. 

"As a sorority member who became a filmmaker, 1 feel my 
perspective is unique," said director Trish Brock. "The film is, 
after all, about my life." 

Miss Brock said she hoped that the film made at Ole Miss 
would portray a side of Greek life different from that depicted 
in such movies as "Animal House." 

"1 want to show what makes sororities work, and the 
reasons some sororities are 100 years old are best exhibited 
during this one week of rush," she said. " It is easy for 
sororities and fraternities to bear the brunt of criticism in the 
media, but I want to show the commitment, dedication and 
enthusiasm that goes into pulling off something like rush 
week." 

Miss Brock said she selected the Greek system at the 
University of Mississippi because it had been recommended 
to her as a thriving, sturdy network. 

"I asked for a school with a strong system," Miss Brock 
said. "Ole Miss sororities pledge about 85 percent of the girls 
who go through rush. There really is a place for just about 
everybody. There is not an emphasis on the negative, but 
rather an extremely positive, strong system at work here. 
That's what I hoped to capture," she said. 

Miss Brock said she wanted to portray "how it all comes 
together in the end." No emphasis will be placed on any one 
sorority in the film, she said, rather there will be a meshing of 
the entire Panhellenic process. 

"It is the system I am interested in, not the individual 
characteristics of one group over another," she explained. 
"That would defeat the purpose of the film." 

After completing the film. Miss Brock said she was pleased 
with the spectrum of personalities she encountered on 
campus. 

"Much to my delight and relief, sorority life was as I 
remembered it to be," she said. "In our society, change is the 
norm, and a premium is placed on the new rather than the 
old. This country has so few traditions, and I felt proud to 
discover that this was still a part of one." 

STORY BY LEA ANNE HESTER 
PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE CLARION-LEADER 








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ELEANOR GILL, co-editor 



Freshmen 


326 


Sophomores 


344 


Juniors 


360 


Seniors 


376 


Pharmacy 


390 


Graduates 


394 



Classes — 325 



IflCESIHMIEN 



Abel, Tuddy Marimae 

Abies, William Earl Jr. 

Ackerman, Venetia Gail 

Adams, Marcia Lisa 

Adcox, John Edward 

Adey, Ann Elizabeth 

Adidns, Susan Elizabeth 



Aldy, Steven Mark 

Alexander, James Russell 

Alexander, Rochester Lee 

Allen, Leslye Wade 

Alvis, Cynthia Dianne 

Amos, Louise Ise 

Anderson, Atlean 



Anderson, Ida Alexis 

Anderson, Laura Louise 

Anderson, Robert William 

Andrews, Mary Elizabeth 

Andy, Maria L 

Anklam, Nancy Elizabeth 

Arbter, John Scott 



Arnold, Carl William Jr. 

Arnold, Lisa Kay 

Arrington, Amy Rutn 

Aune, Kelly Thornton 

Austin, Ricky Dale 

Avers, Melinda Ann 

Babb, Anthony E. 



Backer, Warren Howard Jr. 

Ba^ett, Thomas Arthur Jr. 

Kiilev, John Marshall Jr. 

Baker, Jennifer Marie 

Baker, Virginia Ann 

Balducci, Allison Judith 

Banks, Kathy Lynn 



Banks, Rebecca Joan 

Barnes, Emily Belle 

Barton, Mark Anthony 

Bass, Kimberly Dawn 

Bass, Margaret Ellen 

BaBs, Mary Elizabeth 

Bass, Nancy Manier 



Bat, Betty Lynn 

Bates, Rickey Lee 

Battaile, Julianne 

Baughn, Robert 

Baxter, Karl Edward 

Beard, George Matthew 

Beaver, Melmda Jeanne 

Belcher, Kendra Cherie 

Belcher, Rita Annette 

Belenchia, Patricia Laura 

Belk, Julie Ann 

Benson, Vicki Ann 

Bethany, Kate Lawrence 

Bethea, James C. 



Bickerstaff, Margaret Quay 

Biddle, John Micnael 

Billings, Mary Lynne 

Birmingham, Debra Lynn 

Sizzle, Laurie Ann 

Black, Andrew 

Blaes, Kristie M. 




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Blair, Margaret Lowe 
Blalock, leffrey Wilborn 
Blanchard, Jaida Elizabeth 
Bland, John Dietrich )r. 
Blary, Steven 
Bledsoe, Nancy Llewellyn 
Bolin, Tammy Ranae 



Bond, Edith Annette 
Bonds, Robert Alexander III 
Book, Laura Lee 
Bos, Elizabeth Duenel 
Bourne, Mark William 
Bowen, Alisa Victoria 
Bowles, Steven Lynn 



Box, Cynthia Lea 
Boyles, Linda Deon 
Bracey, Martha Lou 
Bradford, Chrystal Lee 
Bradshaw, Sally Sue 
Brady, Annabefle Smith 
Breefand, Lee Alex III 



Brewer, Jennifer Olivia 
Brewerton, Lanell Lee 
Britt, Amanda Joyce 
Brock, Miller Lee 
Brown, Bobby Darrell 
Brown, Kimberly Ann 
Brown, Lisa Gay 



Brown, Marilyn Veronica 
Brown, Patricia Dianne 
Brown, Rex Stanley 
Bryan, Cathy Virginia 
Bryant, Sandra Lynn 
Burbach, Jeffrey Brian 
Burke, Susan Eileen 




Freshmen — 327 



rCIESH/HEN 



Burkes, Gregory 

Burns, Brian Benton 

Busby, Elizabeth Sue 

Butler, Lucretia McWhorter 

Byrum, Susan 

Caballero, Bruno Louis 

Cain, Emory Lance 



Call, Asheton Bayard 

Calmes, Alvin S. 

Calvert, Robert Armstrong 

Campbell, Charles Kevin 

Campbell, John Spencer 

Campbell, Louann 

Campbell, Mitchell 



Capps, Kathy Jean 

Cardosi, Morie Leigh 

Carney, Robert Eugene 

Carpenter, Pamela Gay 

Carpenter, Penny Renee 

Carr, Don Foster 

Carroll, Charles Loyd 



Carroll, John Edward 

Carsten, Elizaoeth Thomas 

Cate, Dana Crawford 

Causey, Wyndel Elizabeth 

Cavano, Michael 

Cefalu, Ghana 

Champ, Roger Dean 



Champion, Jimmy Kemp 

Champion, Thomas Wayne 

Chandler, Elizabeth Woods 

Chaney, Carl Jesse 

Chapman, Margaret Annette 

Christopher, Gayle Kathleen 

Christopher, Tony Douglas 



Clark, Angela 

Clark, Kelly Paul 

Clark, Lisa Gail 

Clark, Priscilla Dawn 

Clatworthy, Michael Glenn 

Clement, Paula Lynn 

Coakley, Constance Suzzanne 



Coffey, Robyn Anne 

Coffield, Patricia Colleen 

Cogrins, Michael Tutor 

Coker, Delia Meade 

Coker, Dorothy Kimbell 

Coker, Tammy Lynn 

Cole, Allison Elaine 



Collins, Mary Angela 

Colmer, James Henry Jr. 

Compton, John Wesley III 

Conerly, Albert Wallace Jr. 

Coney, Amy Dee 

Cook, Susan Annette 

Cooper, Carrie Stephens 



Corlew, Donald Joseph 
Corley, Elinor Leigh 
Cornish, Pennie Lea 
Corry, Suzanne Patricia 
Corwin, Gabrielle Denise 
Cosby, John Robert 
Gotten, Lant Weeks 




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Cox, Lisa Ann 
Cox, William Lloyd )r. 
Crain, Jamie Yvonne 
Cravens, Michael lohn 
Crawford, Robert Michael 
Crawley, Sarah Elizabeth 
Crawley, Wanda Kay 



Creekmore, Ann Ashley 
Creekmore, Edward 
Crisler, Robert Blanton III 
Critchlow, Amy Carol 
Crittle, Gus Lee 
Croissant, Abbey Jane 
Crowder, Lauree Diane 



Crowell, Edith Diane 
Crull, Frank Marshall 
Cuellar, Norma Graciela 
Cumbest, Charles Eley 
Cummings, Belinda Deneis 
Cummines, Yvonne 
Cunningham, David L. 



Currie, Andrew Carey 
Curry, Vanessa Auretha 
Cutler, Elizabeth Ager 
Dabbs, Tracey Valynn 
Dacus, Charles Benjamin 
Dalton, Bethany Sue 
Dandurand, Jeff fames 



Davant, Rebecca Allison 
Davenport, Danny Wayne 
Davis, Arthur Gerald Jr. 
Davis, Brenda Lynne 
Davis, loseph Preston 
Davis, Mehssa Anne 
Davis, Melissa )oy 



Davis, Patricia Dianne 
Davis, Robbie Lynn 
Day, Katherine Shelton 
Day, Wayne G. 
Deen, Merry Leigh 
Delery, Joyce Mary 
Deloach, Jerry Lynn 




Freshmen — 329 



IfKIESHMIEN 



Delugach, Sharon Lynne 

Denney, William David 

Dennie, Deena Sue 

Dew, Kenneth Ray 

Diaz, )oni Jane 

Diebold, Sandra )ean 

Diffee, Brenda Lou 



Diffee, Peggy Lea 

Dirmeyer, AndrewCarter 

Dockery, Clay Patrick 

Dodd, lohn Palmer 

Doster, Gary Lee 

Dove, Mark Lafayette 

Dowell, Cecil Walter Jr. 



Doyle, Vicki Lynn 

Drake, Mark Woodward 

Driftmier, John Frederick 

Duke, Lori Ann 

Duke, Marion Elizabeth 

Dunaway, Harold Lendon )r. 

Duncan, Deborah Kaye 



Duncan, Lisa Danette 

Dunmore, Curtis Jr. 

Duperier, Alfred Wortham III 

Dzubey, Cudjoe Kenneth 

Eaton, Helen Grey 

Edwards, Jerry Dale 

Edwards, Paul Frederick 



Edwards, Robert Wallace 

Eidt, David Lawrence Jr. 

Eisenbeis, Sharon Kaye 

Elbaccush, Abdulaziz T. 

Eley, Katrena 

Elliott, Carol Sue 

Elliott, Pamela Carlene 



Ellison, William Charles 

Ellston, Gregory Westcott 

Ellzey, Kenneth David 

Elzie, John N. 

Emekwue, Victor 

Erwin, Jesse Matthew Jr. 

Estabrooke, Mark William 



Evans, Carolyn Geniece 

Evans, Tina Shelaine 

Fahey, Susan Delaine 

Fant, Tara Elizabeth 

Farese, Anthony Luther 

Farese, Tammy Marjean 

Farris, Timothy Hall 



Ferguson, Anthony Todd 

Ferguson, Debra Ann 

Fernandez, Wenceslao J. Jr. 

Finerty, Nancy Jane 

Fisher, Bobby Frank Jr. 

Fisher, Glynnis Rae 

Fisher, Mary Melanie 



Fitch, Wanda Lynn 

Fite, Elizabeth Camille 

Fleming, Michael John 

Fletcher, Rooert Leglantier 

Flora, Norma Caldwell 

Floyd, Mona Rosalind 

Fontaine, Douglass Latimer III 








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Fordice, Hunter Lloyd 
Forshee, Julie Ann 
Fortenberry, Dana Sue 
Fowler, Kenneth Hutchins 
Fowler, Lisa Gail 
Franks, James Michael 
Freeman, Anne Elizabeth 



Freeman, Arleen 
Freeman, Patricia Ellen 
French, Robin Ann 
Fugate, John Robert 
Funkhouser, Jennifer Lynn 
Fyke, Jenny Ellen 
Gaddy, Carolyn Joyce 



Galtney, Elizabeth Ford 
Gandy, John V. 
Gardner, Cassie Casandra 
Garner, Teresa Ann 
Garraway, Kendall Greaves 
Garrett, Andrew Samuel 
Gasper, Andrew William 



Gautier, Mary Katherine 
George, Sara Renu 
Gibson, Sherry Lynne 
Gifford, Suzanne 
Gilbert, Patricia Gail 
Gill, Michael William 
Gilliland, Mary John 



Givhan, Jovernia Algernon 
Gong, Keith Brian 
Goodman, Steven David 
Goodwin, Beverly Ruth 
Gordon, Jacqueline 
Gowdy, Leslie Lee 
Graham, Audrey Lynn 



Graham, Mary Alison 
Graham, Randall Hansel 
Grantham, Leanne 
Gray, Cynthia Ann 
Green, Cheri Denise 
Green, Deborah Bernice 
Greene, Eloise 



Greene, Mary Lucille 
Greer, Anthony Alan 
Gregory, Dorothy Allison 
Gresham, Laurie Ann 
Griffin, Darlean 
Griffis, Thomas Kenneth Jr. 
Griffith, Janet Sheryl 



Grisebaum, John David 
Growney, Thomas David 
Gryder, Sandra Leigh 
Gunn, Mark Neil 
Gunter, Gabrielle Garmon 
Gurley, Sarah Frances 
Gylfe, Susan Christine 



Hairston, Debra Gayle 
Halawani, Walid Aodalla 
Hall, Jeffery John 
Hall, Stephanie Annette 
Hall, Susan Rebecca 
Haltom, Joiner Mack III 
Haque, Ruma 



Frcshnirn — .l.il 



fCIESIHMIEN 



Harbour, Stark David 

Harper, Susan Elizabeth 

Harris, Kyle Lance 

Harris, Revonaa Denise 

Harrison, Sarah-Frances King 

Hart, Julie Lynn 

Hart, Mary Karen 



Haskins, Christopher Kirk 

Hatcher, Jody Keith 

Haupt, Peter Michael 

Hawes, Teresa Carol 

Hayden, Lee Ann 

Hearon, Kim Denise 

Hendrix, Phyllis Eileen 



Henick, Alda Camille 

Henry, Alma Jo 

Henson, John Leonard 

Herbert, Magan Jean 

Herrington, Jackson Allen Jr. 

Herron, Barry Joseph 

Hick, Kevin Tliomas 



Hickey, John C. 

Hickman, Stephanie Jean 

Hicks, Donald Edward 

Higdon, Mark Byron 

Hill, Caroline Josette 

Hill, Jack Dugan 

Hillery, Andrew Earl 



Hilliard, Albert L. 

Hines, Marjorie Robinson 

Holland, Holly Shaw 

Holley, Barbara Lee 

Holloway, Glenn Wiggins Jr. 

Hollowell, Wayne Douglas Jr. 

Holman, Holly Faye 



Holmes, Elizabeth Mary 

Homan, Lisa Ann 

Hooper, William Kins Jr. 

Homer, Julie Jene 

Horner, Leeann 

House, Mary Elizabeth 

Houser, Mary Elizabeth 



Houston, Brockman Mason 

Howell, Donna Louise 

Howell, lames L. 

Howell, Lilly Pearl 

Hu, loanna Kwok-Yu 

Huason, Kathy Lynn 

Hunger, Alleda Louise 



Hunt, Jeffrey Craig 

Hunter, Ravmond Cowan 

Hurt, Andrew Wellborn 

Hutchins, Ann Louise 

Hyatt, Kelly Elaine 

Hyde, Kathryn Louise 

lies, Michael Geoffrey 



Jamieson, Douglas Carl 

Jasuja, Romila 

Jefferson, Gary Lynn 

Jefferson, James Randall 

Jelliffe, Melanie Hudson 

Jenkins, Glenda Michelle 

Jetton, Letitia Leigh 




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Joe, Ilene Lynn 
lohnson, Jerri Ann 
Johnson, Leah Monique 
Johnson, Rita Ann 
Jolly, Jocelyn Holland 
Jones, Elizabeth Renee 
Juhan, Elizabeth Corona 



Kadlec, Matthew Casey 
Keebler, Daniel Burt Jr. 
Kendall, Sara Katherine 
Kendricks, Scott Hathom 
Kennedy, Patrice Marlene 
Kent, Richard Atherton III 
Keys, Barbara Ann 



Kimball, Nancy Ann 
Kimble, Mary Lillian 
Kimmons, Cheryl Wyvette 
King, Cecila Loretta 
King, Michael Don 
Kirksey, Robert Carson 
Kistler, John Cornelius Jr. 



Knight, William T. Jr. 
Knox, Carolyn Joan 
Kyzar, Jake Edward 
Lamb, Angela Susan 
Lamb, Scott Grayson 
Lampton, Robert Howard 
Lancaster, Duke Dewan 



Landolt, Lore Broach 
Lantz, Margaret Virginia 
Larkin, Patricia Ellen 
Lawnin, Barbara Elizabeth 
Lawrence, Pamela Ann 
Lawrence, Pamela Kay 
Leavey, Brett D. 




Freshmen — 333 



IflPESIH/HIEN 



Lee, Kirk Edwin 

Lee, Yvonne Marie 

Legendre, Laurie Marie 

Leggett, Lanelle 

Lesemann, fames Austin )r. 

Lewis, Stephen Wayne 

Lexa, Lauren Elizabeth 



Liepelt, Robert Rueben 

Lightsey, Sheila Ann 

Lindley, Thomas Turner 

Lipski, Michael Christopher 

Little, lohn William 

Little, Lisa Ann 

Little, Susan Ann 



Little, Susan Kathleen 

Livingston, James Dennis 

Locke, Walter Kane 

Logwood, Tracy Marie 

Looney, Robert Bruce 

Love, Jeffrey Lee 

Loyd, Roger Glenn 



Lucas, Sherry Anne 

Lucas, Stacy Claire 

Lukas, Clarissa Ann 

Lumsden, Amy Joan 

Lynch, Kav Alyce 

Macione, Kimberly Karol 

Macleod, Barbara Lynn 



Madden, Wesley Morgan 

Magee, Johnna Ann 

Magee, Steven Jay 

Maharry, Mark Shawn 

Majure, Lisa Anne 

Makdah, Darwich M. 

Malatesta, Donald Louis 



Malinowski, Andrea Lee 

Mallette, Michael James 

Malone, George Allen Jr. 

Malone, Melanie Beth 

Mangialardi, John Andrew 

Mann, William Albert 

Manning, Pamelyn Marie 



Marable, Elizabeth Ann 

Marks, Carol Pace 

Marshall, Jeffrey Toad 

Martin, Gloria Lavonne 

Martin, Molly Dearman 

Mascagni, Celia Ann 

Mashburn, Sidney Coleman 



Mason, Michael Kelley 

Massie, Diana Ruth 

Masson, David John 

Mathis, Monica Ann 

May, Marianne McGraw 

Mayes, Berta Mae 

Mayo, Lee Ann 



McAlister, Larry Wayne 

McCall, Anthony Bruce 

McCarley, Connie 

McCartney, William Marshall III 

Mccaughan, George Ford 

McClellan, Russell Lloyd 

McClendon, James Clayton 



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McCluskey, Pamela Darlene 
McConnell, Kris 
McCool, Edward Deloach 
McCoy, Melanie Suzanne 
McCraw, Michael Earl 
McCully, Man Helen 
McDaniel, Kerri Shannon 



McDaniels, James Robert 
McElroy, Ransom Mercer 
McGee, Michael Hunter 
McGlowan, Brenda Kaye 
McGregor, Ginger Kay 
McGufiee, Andrea Lynn 
Mcllwain, Miranda )ane 



Mclntire, Sheri Anne 
Mclntyre, Daniel Roy 
McKinney, John Alvm 
McKinney, Lula Mae 
McMikle, Lewis 
McMillin, Thomas Neal 
McMullen, Albert Murphree 



McNeilly, Jean Woods 
McPherson, James Austin 
McPherson, Victoria Kingston 
McQuiddy, Leslie Ann 
McRae, Lisa Ann 
McRoberts, Sara Martin 
Mead, David Richard 



Mead, Mark W. 
Meadors, Elizabeth Rose 
Meadows, Peyton Todd 
Megehee, Jane Adele 
Merrill, Vera Susan 
Mertz, Jennifer Ann 
Messer, Wilbert Clawson 




Freshmen — 335 



IflPESIIiMIEN 



Meznar, Christine 

Michel, Joseph Walter III 

MiKsa, Mark Steven 

Miles, Virginia Ann 

Miley, Cindy )oann 

Millender, Charles David 

Miller, Amy Katherine 



Miller, Bradford Todd 

Miller, Connie Lane 

Miller, Elizabeth 

Miller, Mary Virginia 

Mills, Gregory Lee 

Mills, Rhee Tranette 

Milne, Elizabeth Adele 



Miner, Frank Henry III 

Mitchell, Alicia Dawn 

Mitchell, ]ohn Alan 

Mitchell, Minnie Marie 

Mize, Garry Lamar 

Mohamed, Abdul Mehdi 

Moody, Joyce Rena 



Moore, Anita G. 

Moore, Charles Melvin F. 

Moore, Christy Leigh 

Moore, Teresa Ann 

Moore, Terry 

Moore, William Mauldin 

Moran, Alfred Russell Jr. 



Morgan, David Yonley 

Morgan, )ohn Franklin 

Morgan, Thomas Henry Jr. 

Morris, Lonnie James 

Morris, Tina Joy 

Morrow, Sandra Ann 

Moulds, Patricia Louise 



Mounger, Mary Rita 

Mountford, Gordon John 

Munn, Jon Alan 

Murray, Lee Anne 

Murry, Sebastian 

Myers, Martha Elizabeth 

Nailor, Harriet T. 



Nance, John Reynolds Jr. 

Naylor, Robert Manning 

Neal, Blake Davoren 

Neal, Carla Ann 

Neuhaus, Scott Vaughn 

Nevins, Bonnie Elizabeth 

New, Pamela Lee 



Newberry, Kimberly Ann 

Nichols, Brad Crockett 

Noel, Sondra Marie 

Nokes, Sylvia Renee 

Nolen, Rebecca Dawn 

Nsoedo, Emmanuel Chuckwudi 

Oakes, Ten S. 



Odom, Tara Leigh 

Ogle, Linda Kay 

Oliver, Hylon 

Osbom, Stephen Burns 

Osborne, Kathy Sue 

Osborne, William Arthur 

Overstreet, James Anthony 




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Overton, Kendall Elizabeth 
Pace, Lanny Ray 
Pannell, Atoka Dawn 
Parham, Jennifer 
Park, Daphne Gay 
Parker, Johnny Clyde 
Parker, Penny Gafl 



Parkes, Cynthia Renee 
Parks, Kathleen Meagher 
Partin, Alan Wayne 
Partridge, Susan Elaine 
Patterson, Cathy Leigh 
Patterson, jane Givens 
Patterson, Judy Rene 



Patterson, Lee Anne 
Pearson, Robert Ronald 
Peden, Pamela Gay 
Peebles, Helen Marie 
Peltier, David Charles 
Petree, Dinah Weatherford 
Phillips, Angelina Denise 



Phillips, Jana Scott 
Phillips, Jean Carol 
Phillips, Paul Scott 
Phillips, Stephanie Dawn 
Phillips, William Scott 
Pierce, Lisa Victoria 
Pierce, Michael Edward 



Pinson, Jane 
Pittman, Beau Bryan 
Pittman, Larry Junior 
Plunkett, Warlece Moncel 
Pogue, Pamela Elizabeth 
Powell, John Franklin 
Powell, Pamela Ann 




Freshmen — 337 



riCIESHMIEN 



Powell, Beth 

Presley, Donald Ansel 

Prewitt, Thomas Wendall 

Primos, Katherine Gwynn 

Pritchartt, Laura Elizabeth 

Pryor, Lesley Jan 

Purifoy, Wendy Lynne 



Purser, Cynthia Jean 

Putman, Bonnie Gail 

Quaye, Nicholas Akushey 

Quimby, Billy Joe 

Quinn, Christine Diane 

Quiriconi, Stephan Frank 

Rader, Robin Rose 



Ramsey, Arthur R. 

Rash, Elizabeth Lawrie 

Rassouli, Javad Haji 

Ratcliff, Randi Lyn 

Ray, Joseph Eugene 

Ray, MarK Andrew 

Ray, William Frederick 



Read, Allen Martin 

Reed, Candace Elizabeth 

Reed, Gai Louise 

Reed, Walter Bryant 

Reed, William Ray 

Reese, Jimmy 

Reeves, James Scott 



Reid, Martha Elizabeth 

Resta, Janet H. 

Reynolds, Beverly Ann 

Reynolds, Constance Marie 

Reynolds, Dawn Ashley 

Rice, Delphime 

Richardson, Robert CoTfman 



Richardson, Rodney Charles 

Richardson, William Scott 

Richie, Keith Duane 

Riley, Michael David 

Rish, James Alfred 

Rivers, Russell Michael 

Robbert, Leslie Adan 



Robinson, Douglas Ray 

Robinson, Everett Edwin IV 

Robinson, Freda Margaret 

Robinson, Martha May 

Robinson, Suzanne Carroll 

Robinson, Valerie 

Rodgers, Diane Elizabeth 



Rogers, James Thomas 

Rogers, Oby Thomas 

Romeo, Richard Scott 

Romine, Mark Anthony 

Ronaldi, Thomas Carl 

Rooks, Carrie Sue 

Ross, Louie Gregory 



Ross, Myra Denise 

Ross, Myrtle Lucinda 

Rouse, Susan Wauneithe 

Rowell, Barbara K. 

Roy, Ann Caroline 

Ruegger, Karen l^a 

Russell, Georgiania Susan 



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Sanders, Charles David 
Sanders, Ronald Keith 
Sartor, William Smith Jr. 
Savage, Maurin Dean 
Schafer, Jennifer Ann 
Schaub, Susan K. 
Schneider, Scott Allmond 



Schoentag, Lisa 
Scott, Hugh Barrett 
Seal, Sidney Wayne 
Seaton, Susan 
Secrest, Bradley Neat 
Seid, Peggy Lynn 
Sellers, Mary Anna 



Selley, Phyllis Ann 
Semmes, Mary Bryant 
Seski, Mark Josepn 
Shackelford, Jamie 
Shaffer, Shannon Eileen 
Shamburger, Lisa Anne 
Sharp, Terry Kay 



Shelton, Martha Jean 
Shippy, Robin Dee 
Shoaf, Kathryn Leslie 
Shull, Kathryn Ann 
Signa, Pauli Elizabeth 
Sikora, Jinx Jacqueline 
Simmons, Nancy Jean 



Sisson, Leslye Anne 
Sit, Ronnie Carson 
Skelton, Johna Susan 
Skinner, Hugh Adams 
Skypeck, Carol Jessie 
Slavens, Charles Frederick Jr. 
Smiley, Stephanie Patricia 




Freshmen — 3;i9 



rCIESIHMlEN 



Smith, Audry Denell 

Smith, David Frank 

Smith, Donna Lynn 

Smith, )ames Emanuel III 

Smith, James Madison 

Smitn, John Michael 

Smith, Lydia Corrine 



Smith, Michael Arthur 

Smith, Michelle Louise 

Smith, Robert Lawrence 

Smithee, Sandra Alan 

Smylie, Robert Warren 

Snow, Selina Faye 

Snyder, Tony Randall 



Sorrels, Cheryl Anne 

Speed, Celia 

Speights, Jeffrey Shayne 

Spencer, Jane C. 

Spencer, Teresa Gay 

Spivey, Lloyd Gilmer III 

Sprabery, Aubrey Trevelin 



Spragin, Lydia Evelyn 

Spratlin, Allison Ann 

Springer, Christopher Michael 

Stark, William Granville 

Starks, Crecia L. 

Stames, Patricia 

Stengel, Nancy Lou 



Sterling, Marvin Shipp 

Stevens, Darryl Scott 

Stewart, Hilda Hunter 

Stewart, Lisa Pamela 

Stewart, Myra S. 

Stewart, Thomas Morrison Jr. 

Stinson, Lisa Dianne 



Stone, Kirk Harrison 

Street, Shelia Williams 

Strickland, Phillip Kay 

Strickland, Starwyn Stelene 

Strickland, Stephanie lean 

Stringer, Michele G. 

Strouse, Jeffrey Byron 



Sturgeon, Stephen McKinley 

Sullivan, Lisa Jean 

Sumner, Ellen Kay 

Sumners, Leslie Elizabetn 

Sunderland, Airlee Chelle 

Sunn, Dudley Shane 

Swedenburg, Denise 



Swords, Tounia Dawn 

Symonds, Susan Lynn 

Szeluga, Margaret 

Taggart, William Stevenson III 

Talbot, Mary Elizabeth 

Talley, Sonja Lynn 

Tankersley, Gail Ann 



Tannehill, David Henderson 

Tanner, Gregg Alan 

Tate, DeboranGrace 

Taylor, Carole 

Taylor, Jacquleline Lee 

Taylor, Jerry Benjamin 

Taylor, Margaret Aineta 




340 — Freshmen 





Taylor, Ralph Winstead 
Taylor, Rourger Lynn 
Taylor, Susan Renee 
Taylor, Susan Teresa 
Telfer, George Curtiss 
Temey, Mary Kathryne 
Terry, Jeffrey Van 



Tetley, Laura Kay 
Tettleton, Robert Pylant 
Thomas, Jack Clinton Jr. 
Thomas, Lori Lee 
Thomas, Paul Aubrey 
Thomason, Susan 
Thompson, Judy Loraine 



Threadgill, Stephen 
Throgmorton, Vicki Jane 
Thurber, Margaret 
Thweatt, Debra Lynn 
Till, Cynthia Ann 
Tilley, Gary Paul 
Timmons, Elizabeth Ellen 



Tirey, Virrinia Olive 
Torjusen, David Lamar 
Torrance, Walter Glenn 
Torres, Alba Patricia 
Trahan, Jerome Dennis 
Trask, Snawn Daniel 
Treadway, William Alan Jr. 



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IfKIESHMIEN 



Treutel, Melissa Anne 

True, Ann Elizabeth 

Tubb, Charles W. Jr. 

Tubb, Phillip Grayden 

Tucker, Lisa Jane 

Tull, Frecl Lee 

Tullos, lames Michael 



Tullos, Susan Alison 

Turnage, Phyllis Lyn 

Turner, Dan McMillan 

Turner, Julie Lorayne 

Turner, Paul Bruce 

Turner, Teresa Lee 

Turner, Thomas Newell III 



Tyler, Ina Jane 

Upchurch, lames Ray 

Vanderslice, Barbara Anne 

Vaughan, Bonnie Elizabeth 

Verell, Jamie Jean 

Viner, Elizabeth Louise 

Voss, Janet Elizabeth 



Vowels, Lucinda Kay 

Waggoner, Ne Gabrielle 

\^it, Robert Thomas 

Walker, Beverly Joyce 

Walker, Gale Lee 

Walker, Pamela Louise 

Walker, Yvette Antoinette 



Wall, Patricia Lynn 

Waller, Elizabeth Anne 

Waller, Judy Louise 

Wamble, Michael Anthony 

Warner, Jennifer Cecil 

Warner, William Austin 

Watkins, Teresa Jo 



Watson, David Leake 

Watson, Margie Robin 

Watson, Sarah Elizabeth 

Wedgeworth, William Sidney 

Wegener, Nancy Kathryn 

Weill, Terry Paul 

Welch, Ceres Dawn 



Welch, Karen Leigh 

Welch, Mary Suzanne 

Welker, Brook Suzanne 

Wesson, Karen Elizabeth 

West, Barry Allen 

West, Raymond Tucker 

West, Thomas Lowell III 



Wetzel, Janette Leslie 

Wheat, William Joseph 

Wheeler, Earl Ernest 

Wheeler, Kelly Lynne 

Wheeler, Paul Walker 

White, Laurie Nell 

White, Pamela Renee 



White, Steven Lee 

Whitt, Patricia Ann 

Whitten, Robert Bailey II 

Wicker, Kathryn Ann 

Wilder, Elizabeth Rae 

Wilkerson, Jeffrey Otis 

Wilkins, Rosalind Elaine 



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Williams, Barry Patrick 
Williams, Derrick Gentry 
Williams, James Alison 
Williams, jimmy Lee 
Williams, Lorri Lee 
Williams, Sheryl 
Williamson, Charies Michael 



Wilson, Amy Lyies 
Wilson, Katnryn Denise 
Wilson, Mike Kenneth 
Wilson, Steven Ray 
Wilson, Susan Leslie 
Wing, Dale Leslie 
Winograd, Jan Frances 



Winter, Karen Alice 
Wise, Pattie lean 
Withers, Ricnard Alan 
Wofford, Robert Arnold 
Wolbrecht, Wynn Wallin 
Wong, John Patrick 
Wood, Leta Lanell 



Woodson, Georgia Jean 
Woolf, ReginalaDavid 
Wright, Beverly Demeatris 
Wright, Sherri Lynn 
Wynne, Benjamin Ray 
Yarbro, Alfred Henry 
Yarbrough, Rodney G. 



Yates, Bettieann 
York, Tara Lei^ 
York, William Elisha 
Young, Barbara Ann 
Young, Charlie Ray 
Young, David Eugene 
Young, Denise Ann 



Young, Evelyn Weatherford 
Young, Jeffrey Lynn 
Yoimg, Marilyn Clarice 
Younis, Naheed Khalid 




Freshmen — 343 



Abdo, Maeen Burhan 

Abedalkarim, Saifaldin M. 

Achord, Ann Elizabeth 

Adams, Ellen Kay 

Ahlvin, AJder Frank 

Ahmad, Masoom 

Aills, Jonahan Sewell 



Al-Azzawi, Abdulrahman 

Al-Jallad, Mouawia Salah 

Al-Kaswani, Majid 

Al-Moghrabi, Mustapha M. 

Alexander, Jane Cummins 

Alexander, Sherrie Renay 

Alford, Marilyn Carol 



Alsobrooks, Robin Kimberly 

Alston, Carla Ann 

Alvey, Laura Raye 

Ambrose, ]amie Elizabeth 

Anderson, Mark David 

Anderson-Smith, Karen 

Anooshah, Hamidreza 



Anthony, Jay Alan 

Armstrong, James Harry 

Ashburn, Lisa Renay 

Ashley, Sheryle Delarie 

Atkins, Joel Eugene 

Atkinson, Pamela Cheyenne 

Austin, Mary Katnerine 



Austin, William Howard 

Aven, Anson Abbe 

Avery, Jamie Lou 

Avery, Margaret Suzanne 

Babin, Robert Jude 

Bailey, Connie Ann 

Bailey, Elizabeth Shelby 



Baine, Elizabeth Lea 

Baker, Edwin B. 

Baker, Phillip Martin 

Ballard, Donna McGraw 

Balthis, Lenora Gaile 

Bank8,Jennifer Rose 

Bannon, Christina Jane 



Barkley, Jay Harry 

Barkley, William Donald Jr. 

Barnes, Donna Marguerite 

Barnes, Margaret Elise 

Bass, JacK Edward 

Bates, Tyrone C. 

Beadles, Kimberly Anne 



Beaumont, Lori Ann 
Belcher, Homer Ted 
Belenchia, Marcia Ann 
Bell, Karen Rickman 
Bell, Tanya Charisse 
Benson, Teresa Ann 
Bertolet, Barry Dean 



Bethay. Kenneth Lee 

Billingsley, Rodney Eugene 

Binkley, Hal Ray 

Bishop, Ronnie Dale 

Black, Lisa Bea 

Blackmon, Robert Aivin III 

Blakely, Lisa Dawn 




344 — Sophomores 



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Bledsoe, Sybil Andersen 
Bluitt, Betty Joyce 
Boatwright, Emily Ann 
Bock, Carola 
Bond, Tony Keith 
Booker, Rosiland Theair 
Boolos, Timothy Lee 



Boone, Levi 
Booth, Catherine Ann 
Borne, Debra Ann 
Bounds, Marearet Jean 
Boyd, Paul Marcus 
Boyles, Weldon Randal 
Brabec, Kathryn Ann 



Bradley, Judith Lynn 
Bray, Melanie Ann 
Brewer, Leatha Kaye 
Briscoe, Paul Stacy 
Brock, Mary Lynn 
Broughton, Christopher R. 
Brown, Charles Timothy 



Brown, Gregory Charles 
Brown, Janet Benita 
Brown, Lisa Louise 
Brown, Lynne Allison 
Brown, Patrick Scott 
Brown, Sherri Lynn 
Browning, John George III 



Bryant, Julia Ann 
Buck, Bonnie Anne 
Buck, Kenneth Charles 
Bucy, Laura Nell 
Buetil, Deena Louise 
Bulstorbaum, Allison 
Burgess, Emily Anne 




Sophomores — 34f) 



SCIPH€/HCKES 



Burgess, Guy Bentley 

Burleson, Cynthia Ann 

Burns, Doris Ann 

Bums, Timothy Verret 

Butler, John Clinton 

Butler, John Grady 

Byars, Rosemary 



Byrne, Mary Pa^e 

Cagle, Carmen Vireima 

Calmes, Eric Allan 

Calmes, Zanthia Elaine 

Canter, James Brent 

Capwell, Mary Elizabeth 

Carlisle, Kimberly Kay 



Caron, Richard Amedee 

Carr, Phillip Alan 

Carrel, Jack James Jr. 

Carson, Sammy Phillip 

Cascio, Jacqueline Ann 

Gates, Patricia Wynelle 

Cefalu, Corese 



Chatham, Catherine Ann 

Chatham, Robert Wiley Jr. 

Cheek, Howard Rogers 

Chow, Lisa Renee 

Clark, Angela Gail 

Clark, Curtis Clifton 

Clarke, Catherine Jane 



Clarke, Mary Robertson 

Cdbb, Hugh Martin II 

Cobb, Ty Charles 

Cofield, Jerry Lloyd 

Colbert, Anthony Neal 

Cole, Cynthia Ann 

Collums, Rhonda Faye 



Conner, Donna Faye 

Conway, lamie Ann 

Coogler, Rictiard Brian 

Cook, Caroline Pace 

Cook, Charles Earl 

Cooke, Jack Wheet Jr. 

Cookson, Julianna Lea 



Cooper, Kenny Troy 

Corr, Angela 

Corwin, Dari Susanne 

Cotter, Judith Lynn 

Counts, Waidene 

Cox, Frank Willis 

Cox, John Lowrey 



Grain, William Bruce 

Cranford, Mark Givens 

Crell, Donald J. Jr. 

Crenshaw, Kimberly 

Criss, Candace Carrie 

Criss, Roberta Westmorelan 

Cromartie, Caroline Drew 



Crosland, Emmet Craig 

Crow, Cynthia Belle 

Crutcher, Julie Ellen 

Crutcher, Sally Eiland 

Cummings, Frank Edward 

Cummings, Sheila Ladonna 

Cummins, Kelly Reid 




346 — Sophomores 



SOPUCMCCCS 












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Curry, Nancy Jean 
Curry, Rochelle Teresita 
Curtis, Guy Steven 
Dabbas, Ibrahim 
Dailey, Rita Sikes 
Dame, Donna Grace 
Davenport, Donald Ray 



Davidson, Friley Spruill 
Davie, Joseph Todd 
Davis, Anna Marie 
Davis, Brenda Dale 
Davis, Lisa Ann 
Davis, Marjorie Renee 
Davison, Mitchell Alvin 



Dean, Robert Wesson Jr. 
Debord, Gigi Renee 
Delozier, Kirby B. 
Denley, Kimberly Ann 
Dennis, Denise Lavone 
Deveer, Donald Hopkins 
Dodd, Marilyn La Shell 



Dolloff, Mildred Lisa 
Doorenbos, David Isamu 
Drane, Cynthia Kay 
Driver, Robert Gilbert 
Drummond, Angela Lorraine 
Dunaway, Masel Cherise 
Dunbar, Thaddeus P. 



Dupuy, Jamie Cooper 
Dupuy, Yuonne Patrice 
Durant, Mary Jacqueline 
Duvic, Lynn Marie 
Eagleson, David A. Jr. 
Earnest, Stephen Lee 
Ebochue, Edward Onyemaechi 





Sophomores — 347 



SCIPIUCMCKCS 



Edlin, Calvin Dwain }r. 

Edwards, Alma Colleen 

Edwards, Debra Lee 

Eichelberger, Shirley D. 

El-Behadli, Mohammed H. 

El-Kawam, Khaled Ibrahim 

El-Khalil, Mohammed Ali 



El-Khatib, Rashid 

El-Sarji, Mahmoud 

Elledge, Darryl Lee 

Elliott, James Wendell 

Ellis, R. Stacy 

Ellison, Lee Collins 

Elmers, Bess L. 



Estes, Rebecca Lynn 

Evans, Jane Marie 

Ewert, Sharon Kay 

Ewing, Sallie Cummingham 

Farris, Robert Barrow 

Farris, Samuel Hardy III 

Faulks, James Lee 



Ferguson, Katherine Jane 

Fetzik, Stephen Patrick 

Finnegan, Kathleen Ann 

Fisher, Anthony Daryl 

Fisher, Lea Murray 

Fitts, James Nathan 

Floyd, Cynthia Leeann 



Foote, Elizabeth Jane 

Ford, Cathy Renee 

Fordice, Daniel Kirkwood 

Forsythe, Kimberley 

Fosnee, Sheri Anne 

Fowler, Sally Ross 

Fowler, Tnomas 



Fox, Kevin M. 

Fox, Susan Linnea 

Franklin, Bridget Renee 

Franzen, Michael Anthony 

Fredrickson, Elizabeth M. 

Fridrich, Lisa Eloise 

Fyfe, Thomas Wilsford Jr. 



Gaddy, Dennis Michael 

Galbraith, Genera Jane 

Galvin, Kathleen Marie 

Garrett, Mark Logan 

Garrity, Debra Lynn 

Gear, Steven Kenneth 

Geno, Timothy Harry 



Ghosheh, Baher Ata 

Gibson, Danny Paul 

Gibson, Ruby Jeneen 

Giffin, Marilyn Renee 

Gilbert, Christopher G. 

Gill, Eleanor Allen 

Gill, Sarah Nell 



Gilleylen, Emily Delorse 

Gillis, Alan Anthony 

Ginn, Ralph 

Glasgow, Mary Frances 

Glass, Leslie Alexandra 

Godwin, Sharon Ann 

Goforth, Hugh Maxel Jr. 



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SCPHOMCICCS 



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Grace, Anthony 
Graham, Anne Courtney 
Graves, James Gregory 
Graves, Julie Ann 
Gray, Pamela Ann 
Gray, Ronnie Edmond 
Green, Dondra Juanell 



Green, Roy L. 
Griffin, Donna Lee 
Griffin, William Arlis 
Guthrie, Shannon Dee 
Hage, Sheryl Marie 
Haeler, Margaret Hood 
HaU, Richard Steven 



Hall, Yolanda 
Hamieh, Ghassan Abbas 
Hamilton, Regina Ann 
Hanson, Hu^ Kirkwood 
Harbin, Patncia Elise 
Harlin, Mary Jo 
Harper, Jack Walter 



Harris, Lisa Elaine 
Harris, MarUynne 
Harrison, Kim Leigh 
Harrison, Robert Lee Jr. 
Hassell, Robyn Jane 
Haworth, Martha Elizabeth 
Hayes, Laura Lynne 




Sophomores — 349 



SCOUCMCICIES 



Hayes, Peter Whelan 

Hays, Brenda Joyce 

Hays, Man Lynn 

Head, Janet McLaurin 

Heard, Carolyn Cooper 

Heiter, Matthew Stephen 

Hendrix, Phillip Boothe 



Herrin, Tad Edward 

Herring, Paula Elizabeth 

Hertz, Belinda Jane 

Hickman, Jameye Lynn 

Higgs, Cyrus Henry 

Hindieh, Sami Mohammad 

Hinrichs, Clark 



Holcomb, William Edgar III 

Holdorf, Pamela Meb 

Holdorf, Wendy Lynn 

Holiday, Tracy Diane 

Holliday, John Mark 

Holloman, Timothy Lewis 

Hood, Betsy Dianne 



Hood, Carl Jude 

Hopkins, Maryem Fowlkes 

Houston, Ann Montgomery 

Howell, William P. Jr. 

Hubbard, Milleigh Ranale 

Huff, Bradley Ray 

Huff, Walter William 



Hurley, Vicki Joyce 

Ikerd, Helanne Elise 

Imre, Ronald Leo 

Ingram, Marian Ruth 

Ives, Lauren Lillian 

Jackson, Robert Curtis II 

Jacobs, Robert Alan 



Jacobson, Jeffrey Glenn 
Jaeger, Keith Harry 
James, Cheryl Lynn 
James, Pamela Jean 
Jankowski, Thomas Mark 
Jarrett, Rhonda Jan 
Jeanson, Frank Gerard 



Jenkins, Keitha Jane 

Jennings, Eliot Allen 

Johnson, Craig Elliot 

Johnson, Elizabeth Ann 

Johnson, Sammy Louis 

Johnston, Paul Brady 

Joiner, Carolyn Bonita 



Jones, Brenda Faye 

Jones, Carlisle Gaston 

Jones, Doris Lynn 

Jones, Melissa Irene 

Jones, Traci Virginia 

Joyner, Thomas Lee III 

Ju, Hiron Mark 



Justice, Gordon Vance Jr. 

Kahler, Karen Anne 

Keith, Raymond Leslie 

Kelley, Cynthia Wayne 

Kelley, Joseph William 

Kennedfy, Jimmy Derrick 

Ketchner, Sandra Vivian 














'.\M — Sophomorns 



S€IPIH€MCKIES 







Kilpatrick, Katherine Lynn 
King, Richard Allen 
Kinney, Grover C. Ill 
Kirchgessner, Mark D. 
Kiser, Teresa Gail 
Kittrell, Martin Carter 
Knight, Robert Terrell Jr. 



Knight, Victor Eugene 
Kontar, Ghassan B. 
Kreager, William Fischer 
Kyle, Robert Talley III 
Lachin, Victor Guido 
Laird, Steven Williams 
Landry, Larry Joseph ]r. 



Langlow, John Robins III 
Lannom, Cynthia Dake 
Lea, James Alvin 
Ledyard, Melanie 
Leggett, Helen Renee 
Lehman, Vicki Ann 
Lesley, Melanie Home 



Lingle, Richard Manning 
Littlejohn, Shannon Lynne 
Lockett, Andrew King 
Lockwood, Joe Kent 
Lockwood, Mark Robert 
Loftin, Helen Louise 
Loftin, Pamela Faye 



Logan, Julia Kim 
Logue, Lawrence Cox III 
Loomis, Allen Robert Jr. 
Lord, Sheryl Lynne 
Loyacono, Gay Marcel 
Lucas, Evie Catherine 
Lusby, Joe Turner 




Sophomores — ilfil 



S€IPH€MCICIE§ 



Lyie, David Leslie 

Macinnis, Michael Stephen 

Madiebo, Emmanuel Okelue 

Maher, Sandra Davis 

Manson, Charles Delaine 

Markley, Ann Lynn 

Marks, Sara Marie 



Marshall, Lydia Pierce 

Martin, Amy Elizabeth 

Martin, Audrey Mae 

Martin, Charlotte Jane 

Martin, Elizabeth Burley 

Martin, Sandra K. 

Martin, Sheila Ruth 



Martinez, Marta Rebeca 

Maslanka, Joan Lynn 

Mathis, Terry Gene 

Maulden, Roslyn Gail 

Maxwell, Charles Daniel 

Mazboudi, Basim Wajih 

McAlexander, Farrah 



McAtee, Marketta Jo 

McCarthy, Kathleen 
McClure, Randolph C. 

McCluskey, Heather 
McCluskey, Pamela Jean 

McConnell, Cindy J. 
McConnell, Paula Kay 



McDonald, Carolyn L 

McEachin, John Dubard 

McElroy, Michael Charles 

McGehee, Leo Scott 

McGlothin, Elaine 

McGregory, Sheila Diann 

Mclllwain, Kelli Ann 



McKay, Kathy Lynn 

McKee, Mary Carol 

McKie, James Michael 

McKinley, George Burney 

McKinley, Kathleen Marie 

McKinney, Kenneth Michael 

McKinnie, Virginia 



McKinnis, Cindy Kay 

McLain, Paul King 

McLemore, Mary Ellen 

McNeal, Larry Dwayne 

McNeece, Jeff C. 

McNeer, George Randall 

McNew, Bonnie Banks 



McNulty, Patrick W. 

Meeks, Jerri Lew 

Meeks, Sherri Lee 

Meng, Carolyn Tracy 

Merideth, Philip Taylor 

Meriwether, Nancy Sue 

Masser, Shirley 



Meyers, Hal Jay 

Michel, Frances Alice 

Michel, Martin Hobart 

Middleton, Randle Thomas 

Mikell, Cheryl Ann 

Miller, Cheryl Leigh 

Miller, Todd Darm 




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SCIPIH€/H€ICES 




Mills, Lisa Lynn 
Mitchell, Brenda Faye 
Mitchell, Jo Beth 
Mitchell, Michael Hoy 
Moffatt, Melissa 
Montalvo, Julian Dean 
Montgomery, Alvin Delay Jr. 



Monts, Michelle Dawn 
Moody, Ernest Michael 
Moore, Charles Ed Jr. 
Moore, Marcus Claude 
Moore, Mary Melissa 
Moorhead, Pamela Ann 
Morgan, Dennis Paul 



Morgan, Paula Leigh 
Morris, Anthony Lee 
Morrison, Sara Lane 
Morrissey, Eileen 
Moseley, Kimberly Ann 
Moss, Sherry Lorraine 
Mote, Mary Edna 



Mounger, Desmond Graham 
Movitz, Edward Michael 
Moyes, Michael Steven 
Mueller, Joseph Paul Jr. 
Mulholland, Daniel Joseph 
Mullins, Angelia Gay 
Murchison, Melanie Ann 



Murray, Andrew James 
Myers, Cheryl Ann 
Nabors, Michael Dean 
Nail, Michael A. 
Naser, Hussain Mohammad 
Nelson, Cynthia Ann 
Newman, Miriam Moorhead 




Sophomores — :t5H 



$€IPH€MCICIES 



Nguyen, Thu Anh 

Nioku, Anne C. 

Nordan, John S. II 

Norris, Dwieht Miller 

North, Andrea 

Norwood, David Leonard 

O'Neal, Deborah Ann 



O'Connor, Elizabeth Seton 

Okeke, Cyril Chukwuemeka 

O'Reilly, Erin laye 

Ott, Katherine Elizabeth 

Owens, Charles Daniel 

Palmer, Todd Starr 

Palmertree, Kerry Flynn 



Parker, Pamela lean 

Parks, Rhonaa Jo 

Parks, Susan Diane 

Partlow, Elizabeth Ann 

Patterson, Patti Anne 

Patton, Teresa Cheryl 

Peaster, Laura Faye 



Pennington, Nancy Margaret 

Perkins, Meredith Denise 

Perry, Verda Mae 

Peterson, Deborah 

Peterson, Timothy R. 

Pettis, Nellie K. 

Phan, Quang Quoc 



Phelps, Roy Lynn 

Philippart, Catherine M. 

Phillips, Darby Dee 

Phillips, Debra Susan 

Phillips, Emily Bryant 

Phillips, Gina Spears 

Phillips, Renee Jeanette 



Phillips, Robert Russell 

Pige, Patti 

Pittman, Donna Katherine 

Plaxico, Chester Michael 

Pocklington, Brian Terence 

Po^e, Lynn 

Polk, Valerie Denise 



Ponder, Paula Lunell 

Pope, Alissa Kathleen 

Pounders, Jackie Jean 

Pounds, Timothy Wayne 

Powell, Sandra Lee 

Prather, Leisha fane 

Price, Charles William Jr. 



Pridgen, Susan Yawn 

Pruett, Michael Riddell 

Pruette, Janet Kimberly 

Pnist, Robert McDonald 

Pryce, Richard 

Psikogios, Michael L 

Purvis, Janet Lynn 



Purvis, Peggy Denise 

Suick, Nancy Dean 
eau, Mark Steven 
Rajabi, Jeries 
Ramsay, Melissa Anne 
Rawson, Richard Daniel 
Ray, Dalisa Gene 




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SCPUCMCKIES 




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Ray, James Stevenson 
Ray, Jerri Lynn 
Ray, Martha Susan 
Reeves, Cynthia Lynette 
Reihsen, Gerald John 
Renfrew, Richie Hardin 
Reynolds, Susan McNamara 



Reynolds, Wendy Lee 
Riley, Ann Bonney 
Rish, Melanie Suzette 
Roberts, Billy Gene 
Robertson, Alvin 
Robertson, Terry Allen 
Robinson, Don Hugh 



Robinson, Vira Jean 
Rodgers, )ames Griffis 
Rogers, Gayther Dale 
Roush, Mark Allen 
Runyan, Amy Claire 
Russell, Francine Ann 
Russell, Jocelyn Lorinda 



Ryland, Julie 
Saadeh, Fuad S. 
Saliba, Imad John 
Salter, Katherine Kaigler 
Sammons, Steven Scott 
Sandefer, Roy Jeffrey 
Sanders, Gerri Lynne Ryan 



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Sophomores — 355 



SCIPH€M€ICIES 



Sanders, Martha Joyce 
Sandler, Michael )erome 
Sanford, Lisa Karen 
Saxton, Cecil Warren Jr. 
Scardino, Debra Francis 
Scheider, Gary Roy 
Schmieg, Meredith Lynn 



Schott, Eric Robert 

Scott, Tamara Lynn 

Seale, Dorothy Olivia 

Secrest, Charles Lloyd 

Sedano, Antonio Eustacio 

Self, George Michael 

Seto, Bik Chun 



Shanks, Stanley Howard 

Shaw, David Charles 

Sheahan, Laurie Susan 

Shearrill, Fredrick Junior 

Shelton, Lurlean 

Sherman, Lisa Margaret 

Shippy, Susan Dawn 



Short, Trilby Joy 

Shoup, Lane D. 

Shumake, Wendy 

Simmons, Brian Ainsworth 

Simmons, Harold David 

Simpson, Andrea Jean 

Simpson, Bernaaette 



Simpson, Debra Lynne 

Slinkaro, Jerry Mark 

Sloan, John Hardy 

Smith, David Franklin 

Smith, Elizabeth Louise 

Smith, Gregory Lane 

Smith, Inge Paulette 



Smith, Leszlie Annelle 

Smith, Lynn Alan 

Smith, Michael Connor 

Smith, Monica Marie 

Smith, Sandra Kaye 

Smith, Timothy Jay 

Sneed, Rhonda Kaye 



Soldevila, Dale Francis 

Southern, Brent E. 

Sparks, Teresa Ann 

Speir, Ann Elizabeth 

Spires, Joseph Steven 

Spivey, Edith Evelyn 

Stamper, Anthony Erby 



Stapp, Jody A. 

Stauffer, Ajlhur Reed 

Steele, Anthony 

Steen, Jerome Bridges Jr. 

Steinriede, Nancy Reoecca 

Stephenson, Richard Larry 

Stevens, Terry Lee 



Stevenson, Nancy Lee 

Stewart, B. Suzanne 

Stewart, Elizabeth Anne 

Stewart, Sarah Elizabeth 

Stokes, Andrew D. Jr. 

Stone, Cynthia Knight 

Story, Sharon Virginia 




H56 — Sophomores 



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Stovall, Earl Hilton Jr. 
Stribling, Stephen Loutrelle 
Stribling, Thomas W. Jr. 
Stribling, William Clyve 
Stuart, John Michael 
Stuart, Walter Houston III 
Stuart, William Fletcher 



Stucky, Annie Mae 
Sutton, Ann Carol 
Swofford, Cynthia Ann 
Sykes, Harriet 
Szeluga, Mary Therese 
Taylor, Arthur Oliver 
Taylor, Ava Denise 



Taylor, Eugene Rea 
Taylor, William Bradford 
Testa, Mary Elizabeth 
Thomas, Gwyn Elizabeth 
Thomas, Juauna 
Thomas, Melissa Lee 
Thomas, Randal Devon 



Thomas, Timothy Aster 
Thompson, Dianna Lee 
Thompson, Kathleen Marie 
Thrasner, Tina Ann 
Tindall, Wyn Williams 
Tohill, Virginia Ann 
Tolbert, Roger Charles Jr. 




Sophomores — 357 



SCI3H€/HCRCS 



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Torbert, Nan Leigh 

Towery, Bobby Arlen Jr. 

Trammell, Lisa Gay 

Travis, William Jeffrey 

Treutel, Stephen Brian 

Truax, James Robert 

Tucker, James Michael 



Tullos, Deborah Lvnn 

Turbeville, David Milton 

Valentine, Melanie Celeste 

Vanacker, Delores Rose 

Varnell, Johnny Renon 

Vaughan, Pamela Suzanne 

Vaughan, Sylvia Louise 



Ventura, Teresa Ann 

Vines, Shellye Murry 

Vinson, Robert M. 

Virden, Amy 

Wade, Catherine Ann 

Wafa, Zaki H. M. 

Waggener, Mary Elizabeth 



Waldrop, Randy Joe 

Walker, Jennifer Catherine 

Walker, Myra Denise 

Walker, Stephen Barrow 

Walls, Armie Jean 

Walton, Mary Katherine 

Wardlow, Kirk Michael 



Washington, Veola Suzette 

Watkins, Teri Ann 

Watkins, Valerie Anne 

Watson, Edward Lee 

Watts, Cynthia Elaine 

Wax, Bradley Mark 

Webb, John Harrison 



Weeks, Craig Franklin 

Weiland, Kenneth Lee 

Weldy, Mary Beth 

Westmoreland, Kristen Ann 

Wheatley, Paula Loraine 

Wheeler, Yvonne Denise 

Whitaker, William Wesley 



White, Carolyn Sue 

White, David Scott 

White, Deborah Elizabeth 

White, Larry Keith 

White, Melody J. 

White, Shirley Leslie 

White, Stacy Ann 



Whitford, Summer Lee 

Whitt, Tracy Hugh 

Whitten, Desiree Dianne 

Wilbanks, Lydia 

Wiley, Ronnie 

Wilkinson, Stephen Henry 

Wilks, Truitt Palmer Jr. 



Williams, Barton Miller 

Williams, Carolyn Cullen 

Williams, Gregory Gerald 

Williams, James Thad 

Williams, Merril Binford 

Williams, Robert Clark 

Williams, William Albert 






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S€IPHCM€ICIES 




Williamson, Lisa Ann 
Willingham, Debra Dawn 
Wills, Vickie Lillian 
Wilson, Anthony Blake 
Wilson, Carey Lynn 
Wilson, Rory Wade 
Winstead, June Marie 



Wise, John Eric 
Wiseman, Paul Laurens 
WoBoman, Mitchell J. 
Wolfe, Beverly Ann 
Womble, Thomas Alan 
Wong, Joseph Kenneth 
Wood, Dana Lynn 



Wood, Joel Ray 
Wood, Kathy Faye 
Woods, Thomas J. 
Wright, Debra Kay 
Wright, Eugenia 
Yeldell, Iris Louise 
Yelverton, James B. 



Yoste, Edward Scott 
Zysk, Jeffrey Thomas 




Sophomortrs — 3Ii!l 



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JILNICICS 



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Abernathy, Joanie Lucy 

Abraham, David Thomas 

Abu, Hijieh Tayhe Omar 

Abu-Eid, Musa Hassau 

Abuto, Ambrose Paul 

Acred, Joy Annette 

Adair, Mary )o 



Adams, John Dean 

Adams, Kathy Darlene 

Adcoci<, Michael Eugene 

Ainsworth, Ronald Seab 

Al-Basha, Ali Mosa 

Al-Bundak, Omar Mohamad 

Al-Turk, Emad Aldin Akram 



Alexander, David Glynne 

Alexander, Richard Dewayne 

Alldridge, James Robert 

Allen, Donald Harold 

Allen, Lori Lynn 

Allison, Mitzie Gail 

Amacker, Douglas Driskell 



Anderson, Arneta Ann 

Antar, Walid Sakir 

Arnold, Michael Dale 

Arnold, Rickey 

Asal, Olga Dianne 

Asbury, Wendy Rae 

Atkins, Carl Thomas 



Avery, Jimmy L. 

Awosika, Olakunle Abiodun 

Azar, Joseph S. Jr. 

Bailey, David Ralph Jr. 

Bailey, Joseph David 

Bailey, Sybil Joy 

Baker, Mason M. 



Baker, Steven Lee 

Barfield, Douglas Eugene 

Barnabo, Mark Joseph 

Barnard, James Jennings 

Barnes, Elizabeth Drennan 

Barnett, Janet Lerhea 

Barnett, Janice Lynn 



Barron, Nancy Lee 

Basma, Adnan Adib 

Basma, Mohamad Hussein 

Batakji, Bassam Ahmad 

Bateman, Janice Lynn 

Beasley, Judy Ann 

Beckett, Charles Jim 



Beech, Regina Katherine 

Beene, Vanessa Ray 

Belenchia, Johnny Marshall 

Bell, Betty Ann 

Bell, Elmer Jean 

Bell, William Kenneth 

Bellamy, Mary Kathryn 



Bellan, William Junkin Jr. 

Bellenger, Rebecca Lynn 

Bennett, Lee Andrew 

Benson, Lillie Mae 

Benvenuiti, Mary Rebecca 

Berry, James Christopher 

Berry, William Bradley 

















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Berryhill, Brenda Sue 
Bethune, Mamie Ellen 
Beverin, Michael Anthony 
Bishop, Marc Randall 
Blackledge, Krista Dawn 
Blackman, Lisa Ann 
Blakley, Lurlene 



Bledsoe, Julia Katharine 
Bobo, Rhonda Rebecca 
Boggan, John Coman Jr. 
Bonds, Tracy Delois 
Bone, Lisa Annette 
Botts, Martha Jean 
Bowles, Charlotte Ann 



Box, Michael Grey 
Box, Robert Edward Jr. 
Bradley, Walter A. Ill 
Branch, Malcolm Lee Jr. 
Brandon, Callie S. 
Brashier, Deborah Anita 
Brashier, Mark Thomas 



Bray, Richard Edward 
Breeland, Jeri Kathryn 
Breland, Allen Mclnnis 
Brenkert, Scott Jeffrey 
Brewer, Charles Anthony 
Brewer, Derek Okelly 
Bridges, Marlon Keith 



Bridges, Talmadge L. Jr. 
Britt, Angela Bernice 
Brittenum, Mollie G. 
Brooks, Curtis C. Jr. 
Brown, Glenn David Jr. 
Brown, Marsha Lynn 
Brown, Mary Ann 




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JILNII€1C§ 



Brown, Michael Lee 

Brown, William Scott 

Brownlee, Beverly Gayle 

Bruce, |ohn Elbert 

Brunson, John Mac Jr. 

Bryant, Micnael Francis 

Bryant, Susan Beth 



Buckhalter, Alice Elois 

Bullard, Andrew Clayton 

Bullock, Daniel Henry 

Bunten, John Richard Jr. 

Burgess, Linda C. 

Burkhalter, Jeff Lee 

Burkhart, Clay 



Burns, Barbara Jean 

Butler, Gregory 

Butler, William Wylie 

Byrne, Mark Edward 

Cain, Pamela Kay 

Caldwell, Martha Gail Hudson 

Callender, Dana Jean 



Calmes, Bryant Wayne 

Campbell, Gil 

Campbell, William Lee Jr. 

Camponova, Michael Joseph 

Capdepon, Paula Jean 

Carmichael, Charles E. Jr. 

Carpenter, Timothy Linn 



Carter, David Marshall 

Cartwright, David Glen 

Carwile, George Frank III 

Caviness, Terri Lynne 

Cecerre, Teresa Lynn 

Cefalu, Casneu 

Chamseddine, Hussein Ali 



Chancellor, William Danny 

Chase, Amos 

Cheatham, Norman C. 

Childress, David Arthur 

Chism, Nancy Jo 

Cirlot, Anita Jeannie 

Cissom, Lawanna June Harlow 



Clark, Donna Louise 

Clark, Melissa Micnon 

Clarke, Stuart Holden 

Clevenger, Melanie Lea 

Cobb, Brian Keith 

Coker, Patricia Kay 

Coleman, James Michael 



Coleman, Jill Kay 

Coleman, Steve Hunter 

Collins, Augustus Leon 

Collins, David Gwyn 

Colson, Angela Renee 

Colson, Jeffrey 

Cooper, Regina Carol 



Corey, Janet Lynne 

Corso, Michael Cruse 

Cote, Andrew Fuente 

Counce, Michael Nolen 

Cousar, Billy James 

Covington, George Rimmer 

Cox, Marilyn Gay 





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Crabb, Cynthia Pounds 
Crawford, Paula S. 
Crawford, Renita Ann 
Crews, Mary Lynn 
Crim, William Jr. 
Crislip, Kathleen Joy 
Crumpton, Daniel F. Ill 



Cullum, Del Braxton 
Culp, Bruce Warren Jr. 
Culpepper, Kay Nell 
Cumberland, Bobby G. 
Curtis, Carol Louise 
Cutfs, Teresa Fay 
Dailey, Kathryn Glenda 



Dalton, Sara John Mary 
Dandridge, Johnny 
Daniels, Marty Alan 
Darnell, Deborah Kay 
Daschka, Michelle Marie 
Daugherty, David Lee 
Daughtery, Kenneth R. 



Davis, Cynthia Jan 
Davis, Danny Claude 
Davis, James Randall 
Davis, Nancy Lorene 
Dawkins, Michael Thomas 
Dawson, Cynthia Ann 
Dawson, Wayne Alexander Jr. 



Deal, Roy Whit 
Deeb, Hani Mohammad 
Deere, Steven Bradley 
Deming, Jamie 
Denley, Lisa Dianne 
Dent, Melanie Jane 
Denton, Felicia Kim 




luniiirs — IM 



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Deweese, Carmin E. W. 

Diggs, Charles Mitchell 

Dixon, Barry Darr 

Dixon, Benny Ray 

Dobbs, Robert Kerry 

Dolan, Kathy Lyn 

Dorroh, Sharla )ean 



Dowdle, John Oliver 

Drewery, Karen Lynn 

Dunavant, Amy Jo 

Dunbar, Timothy Alexander 

Duncan, Dinah Lynne 

Easom, Elisa Kay 

Eaton, Paul Wesley 



Eble, Kimberlee Ann 

Ehemann, Loma Mary 

Eid, Saadallan 

Eisenbeis, Patricia Lynn 

El-Assad, Hassan Nahmoud 

El-Chouli, Nazih Omar 

El-Sarji, Ahmad Abbas 



El-Tayech, Oussama Mahmoud 

Elam, Candy Darlene 

Emfinger, Rona Diane 

Ethridge, Stephen Arthur 

Evans, Catherine Elizabeth 

Ezzeddine, Mohammad Ali 

Faddoul, Wasef Rada 



Parage, Donald Lee )r. 

Farrar, Mark 

Farris, Margaret Victoria 

Featherston, Chesterfield 

Felks, Barbara Gale 

Fewell, Jennifer McLane 

Finnell, Rhonda Lynn 



Fite, Martha Elizabeth 

Floyd, Angela Sizette 

Fogarty, William Marshall 

Follin, Erin Anne 

Fong, Teresa Louise 

Ford, Betty Ann 

Ford, Joy W. 



Forester, Mitchell Andrew 

Fortenberry, Emily A. 

Fortune, Linda Gay 

Foster, Dexter ll 

Francis, Peter Kevin 

Eraser, Sherri Elizabeth 

Frazier, Joyce Ann 



Frees, Mark Allen 

Fulton, Lyman Avard III 

Fung, Yin Chun 

Furby, Ricky Joe 

Furrh, James Brooke 

Gaines, Yolaine Louise 

Gardner, Diwayne Irvin 



Gardner, Stephen Ellis 

Garner, Richard Daniel 

Gerrard, Tracie Guion 

Giddy, Candace Denise 

Gill, Thomas Joseph 

Gillentine, Angela Dale 

Gillom, Peggie Jean 



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Gin, Brenda Kay 
Gipson, William Patrick 
Glenn, John William 
Goetz, Mary Louise 
Goff, Sylvia Ann 
Goldman, Karlen Lorene 
Goliday, Jean Ann 



Goodnite, Christy Lee 
Goodsell, Carol Jo 
Gordon, James Michael 
Gosa, Robert Kirk 
Goss, Brenda Ruth 
Gowan, John Richard 
Gowan, Margaret Grace 



Gowdy, John Monroe III 
Graham, David Wayne 
Graham, Gwendolyn Tabb 
Graham, Margaret Jean 
Graham, Robert Samuel 
Graham, Steven Wilson 
Grant, Donald Powell 



Grantham, Gaye Lynn 
Grantham, Sarah Kathryn 
Grass, Paul Rivers 
Green, Connie 
Green, Ricky Keith 
Greenlee, Alice Jean 
Greenlee, Edye Jean 



Gregory, Scott Allen 
Gressett, Donna Lea 
Griffin, James I. 
Griffin, John Shuler 
Gugert, Michael Paul 
Gullick, David Arnold 
Gunartt, Naomi 




Juniors — 365 



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JlLNICKS 



Guyse, Carolyn Jayne 

Halawani, ]amal Abdul 

Half aker, Lori Marie 

Hamilton, Janet Lee 

Hamilton, Jean Carole 

Hammock, Elizabeth Anne 

Hannaford, Mark Mabry 



Hanson, Jennifer Wilson 

Harbison, Mark Bostick 

Hardin, Beverly Jean 

Harlow, Clifford John 

Harris, Dianne 

Harris, Dwight L. 

Harris, Melinda Joyce 



Harrison, James Michael 

Harrison, John Caldwell 

Harwell, Ann Taylor 

Hawkins, Ricarcfo L 

Haynes, Donald 

Hemenway, Richard Alan 

Henick, Lisa Lynn 



Henick, Melanie Carrie 

Henry, Brenda Gail 

Herrin, Beverly Ann 

Hicks, Alfreida 

Hicks, Frances Ruth 

Hicks, Gwendolyn Ann 

Higdon, Sondra Gayle 



Hightower, Alicia Dianne 

Hilliard, Alonzo 

Hitt, Kevin Lewis 

Hodges, Margaret Frances 

Holland, Charles Mitchell 

Holland, Cornelia 

Holland, Jan Carol 



Holley, Joseph Eugene Jr. 

Hoiley, Robert Dean 

Holliday, Homer Stephen 

Holliday, Johnny Daniel 

Hollingsworth, Pamela Lea 

Hollocher, Robert William 

Holloway, Helen Letitia 



Holmstrom, Bryan Donald 

Hood, Elizabeth Janelle 

Home, Olive Coker 

Horton, Carolyn Ann 

Hough, Tracy Lafaye 

Howard, Tanya Renee 

Howze, Betty Lynn 



Hubbert, Michael Wayne 

Huddleston, Jeffrey Vance 

Hudgins, Mary Diane 

Hurst, Charles Alfred 

Hurst, James Joseph 

Hurt, Susan Amanda 

Hyde, Darrell Stephen 



Hyde, David Lake 

Iskandarani, Omar Taj 

Ismail, Haidar 

Ivy, Connie Diann 

Ivy, Elizabeth Ann 

Ivy, Maria 

Jackson, Jean High 




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Jackson, Nancy Eiland 
Jackson, Shauneille C. 
Jacobs, William Howard 
Jarjoura, Semaan Tanios 
Jarjoura, Toufic Tanios 
Jaudon, Kathy Jo 
Jenkins, Charles Michael 



Joe, Janet Ann 
Johns, Randall Glen 
Johnson, Cynthia 
Jolly, Thomas Elwyn Jr. 
Jones, Christy Ann 
Jones, Otis Lee 
Jones, Robert Terrell 



Joslin, Richard Mark 
Kellum, David W. 
Kelly, Thomas David 
Kelly, Wanda Karen 
Kendricks, Samuel Barr 
Kennedy, Donald Keith 
Kennedy, Laurie Elizabeth 



Kinds, Merry Gail 
King, Jimmy Dale 
King, Kristie 
King, Nell Moseley 
King, Sandra Lou 
Kisner, Donald Wayde 
Knister, Susan Lynn 



Knox, Ricky Allen 
Krueer, Melissa Ann 
Lamb, James Eric 
Lancaster, Emily Love 
Lann, Jeffery Lee 
Latch, Kathy Annette 
Lawrence, James Keith 




Juniors — 367 



JPILNI€KS 



Lawrence, John Roland 

Laymon, Quentin Robert 

LeBlanc, Kelli Anne 

Lee, Cynthia 

Lee, Mihyang Lee 

Lee, Thomas Hugh 

Leech, Marsha Lynne 



Lemmons, Billy Charles 

Leonard, Susan Annette 

Lewis, Jeffrey Neal 

Lindsay, Tim Wayne 

Lloyd, Donald James 

Logan, Russell Jeffrey 

Longmire, Joseph Yadon Jr. 



Lott, Cecil Leon Jr. 

Love, John W. 

Lum, Adrienne Ann 

Lundy, Deborah Sue 

Lunsford, Jacquelyn G. 

Luther, Donald L. 

Madani, Mohammed T.H. 



Mahaffey, Shari Cathryn 

Maiden, Sheridan Wendell 

Malone, Johnnie Lee 

Manning, Clifford John 

Manuel, Donna Leigh 

Marks, Melody Kathryn 

Marriam, Meri Jo Whitehead 



Marsh, Kevin Robert 

Marshall, Lisa Claire 

Martin, Cathy Nannette 

Martin, Cynthia Ann 

Martin, John Trenton 

Martin, Joseph Williams Jr. 

Martin, Richard Carey 



Martz, Dabney Jo 

Mason, Randall Kenton 

Massey, Cynthia Jeanine 

Matnis, Melanie Carol 

Mayes, Billy Glenn 

Mazzanti, Karen Ann 

McAfee, Steven Marcus 



McAllister, Lorraine Anne 

McBride, Jo Kathleen 

McCarley, Pamela Anne 

McCloskey, Candice Lynn 

McClure, Susan Justin 

McCluskey, Marilyn Meade 

McCord, Nancy Lee 



McCulloch, Ronnie Paul 

McCullough, John David 

McElroy, Robert Farley 

McElroy, Toni Danise 

McGee, Calvin Jeffery 

McGee, Roy Douglas 

McGinnis, James E. 



McGraw, Mary Georgina 

McHenry, Judy Lynn 

Mclnlosh, Stanley Allen 

McMahan, Merlynn Leigh 

McMurchy, Martha Susan 

McNeill, Beverly Lynn 

McNutt, Melanie Dawn 

McTaggart, Jacqueline Kay 





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Meeks, Mary Evelyn 
Meeehee, Carol Murphey 
Melvin, Frank Michael 
Mercer, fames Eugene 
Messer, Patricia 
Messer, Ralph Alexander 
Melfs, Kenneth Lee 



Michael, Ronald Dale 
Michel, Marguerite Robards 
Michinaux, Antonio M. 
Mikell, Betty Lynn 
Miles, Wilson Coleman Jr. 
Miller, Alyson Louise 
Miller, Danny Lester 



Miller, Debra Ruth 
Miller, Norman Eugene 
Miller, Tanya Anne 
Millwood, Timothy Blane 
Moak, Roger Alan 
Mohammad, Ali T. 
Montanez, Lourdes 



Montgomery, Stephen Quay 
Moore, Elizabeth Lee 
Moore, Malcolm Sidney Jr. 
Moore, Richard Cone Jr. 
Morgan, lanell 
Morgan, Jerry Ann 
Morgan, Randy Gene 




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JILNII€KS 



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Morris, Charles Lavern 

Morris, Herbert Allen Jr. 

Morris, Vicki Carol 

Mounger, Henry H. Jr. 

Mullins, Sarah Bush 

Murdaugh, John Arthur 

Murphy, Angela Hope 



Murphy, Gregory Alan 

Murphy, Michael John 

Myers, Anne Polk 

Myers, Gregory A. 

Nader, Deboran Lynn 

Najjar, Muffid 

Nestor, Marsha Ayten 



Newbaker, Mary Ann Price 

Nganga, John Patrick 

Nicholson, Aubrey Glenn 

Nolden, Anna W. 

Nolen, John Everett 

Norsworthy, Derward T. Jr. 

Northern, William Claude Jr. 



Norwood, Eloise 

Odom, Connie Marie 

O'Hara, William Earl 

Olson, Ramona Yvonne 

O'Neal, James Parker 

O'Neal, Laurie Lynn 

Orr, Scott David 



Osborne, Walter William Jr. 

Ousley, Robert L. 

Owen, Debra Lynn 

Owens, Cynthia Blair 

Palmer, Brian Marc 

Pang, Randy Alan 

Pardon, Joseph Lee 



Parker, Ann Dubose 

Paslay, Wendy Wall 

Pass, Dora Ann 

Patterson, Robert Raymond 

Pafton, Kevin Rush 

Pearson, John Franklin 

Peets, Randolph Dillon III 



Pegues, Debora Ann 

Pennington, Deborah Ann 

Pennington, Rosemary 

Person, Tana Jean 

Petkovsek, Jeanene Marie 

Philpot, Cliff H. 

Pigott, Michael Eugene 



Pinion, Betty Karen Hillhouse 

Pitchford, Rosie Bell 

Pitcock, Rae Marie 

Pittman, Melanie 

Pittman, Peggy Diane 

Piatt, Nanci Claire 

Polk, Dora Elizabeth 



Pope, Johnny Wayne 

Portrey, Michael Joe 

Posey, Mary Jacqueline 

Powell, Paula Annette 

Powers, Deborah Kay 

Prather, Pamela 

Price, Bettie Catherine 




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Pritchard, Rice Cornick 
Provenza, Margaret Rose 
Pryor, David Wayne 
Quillen, Jesse Wayne 
Rasch, Richard Charles 
Reese, Barbara Elizabeth 
Renfro, Tracey Carol 



Reno, Jerry Dean 
Reynolds, Danny Eugene 
Reynolds, Paul Dennis 
Reynolds, Tanya Faye 
Rice, Frank Oliver 
Rich, Ronald Neal 
Richard, Wallace Joseph Jr. 



Rickles, James Franklin 
Ridgway, Douglas Wallace 
Rieser, Dorothy P. 
Riley, Harriet Frances 
Roane, Michael Lawford 
Robbins, Karen Marie 
Robbins, Robin Michelle 



Roberts, Graham Lee 
Robertson, Tory Lynne 
Robinson, Fielding B. Jr. 
Rodgers, Vallery Forbes 
Roebuck, Karen Diane 
Rogers, Sonya Denise 
Roseberry, Marcia Melinda 




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JULNIICKS 



Ross, Melinda Ann 

Ross, Nita Louise 

Rowland, Vir^nia Morgan 

Rubio, Monica Elizabeth 

Rush, Linda Rose 

Rushing, David Lee 

Ryder, Stephen Kenneth 



Samuels, Donald Gene 

Sanford, Charles Russell 

Sensing, David Gafoney Jr. 

Sensing, Rebecca Faye 

Savery, Robert Warren 

Saxon, Teresa Jane 

Scarborough, Ruth Lynette 



Scarborough, Sidney Milton 

Scardino, Angelyn Marie 

Schmidt, leanne Anne 

Scott, Antnony Wayne 

Seale, Robert Louis 

Sears, Angelea 

Sears, Richard Haywood 



Seawrighf, Norman Houston 

Seckman, John Prescott 

Seeger, Kevin David 

Sellers, Bobby Newton Jr. 

Senjer, Maan Salah 

Senjer, Mohamad-Khalid S. 

Shaar, Jamal Abdul Rahman 



Shackelford, Allan Douglas 

Shakir, Subhi Saed 

Shamma'a, Nassif Elie 

Shanklin, Mary Carol 

Shannon, William W. 

Sharp, Deanne Ruth 

Sharp, Gary Wade 



Sharpe, Debra Lynn 

Shaw, Robert Sydney Jr. 

Shaw, Steven Earl 

Shaw, William Frederick 

Sheffield, Gene Guild 

Shelton, Sharon Lynn 

Shepard, David Moore 



Sherman, Tames John III 

Sherrill, Linda Elaine 

Shields, Beverly Carol 

Shilan, Susan Patricia 

Shirley, Margaret Lee 

Sifawi, Nabil Sulyiman 

Signa, Pearl Marie 



Sikes, Donna Lynn 

Sikora, Jeri Lynn 

Simmons, Dianah Lynn 

Simpson, Al Rosen 

Simpson, Lidell Mann 

Sims, David Stacy 

Sinquefield, Robert Steven 



Slezak, Jason Nicholas 

Smith, Brian Hamilton 

Smith, Carol Gwen 

Smith, Charles Myron 

Smith, Emily Gay 

Smith, Jerry Layne 

Smith, Linda Lee 




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JILNII€ICS 




Smith, Michael Lee 
Smith, Susan Elizabeth 
Smithson, Martha Ann 
Sojourner, Susan P. 
Southerland, Denise 
Spain, Lula Frances 
Sparks, )ean Marie 



Spear, David Glenn 
Sprecher, Lynn Frederick 
Stacy, Suzanne 
Stanford, Freda Joyce 
Stanford, Patricia Ann 
Steinke, Paul Edward 
Stevens, Donna Lisa 



Stewart, Gregory Mack 
Stone, Sally Ann 
Storey, Michael Albert 
Story, Daniel Bobby II 
Strachn, Linda Frances 
Strickland, William Earl 
Strobl, Glen Joseph 



Sturdivant, Esther Mae 
Sturgis, Kristen Colson 
Sullivan, Judy Ethel 
Sullivan, Michael Joseph 
Siunners, Melinda Watson 
Swan, Glen Howard 
Taan, Mohamad Ali H. 




Juniors — 373 



JILNICICS 



Tpte, Albert Watson Jr. 

Tate, Edwin Murray 

Taylor, Donny Ray 

Taylor, Mattie Mae 

Taylor, Pamper Jean 

Taylor, Robert Wayne 

Thear, Chrysa Marie 



Thomas, fames Clifton III 

Thomas, Tharnell Myron 

Thompson, David Lee 

Thompson, Phyllis Renee 

Thompson, Sandra June 

Thompson, Stephen Brittain 

Timmons, Danny Carlton 



Tims, Karen Jo 

Todd, Jerry M. 

Torkington, Richard Scott 

Tortorelli, Louis Joseph 

True, Robin Lyn 

Turner, David Wayne 

Turner, Lloyd A. 



Turnipseed, Stephen Phillip 

Tutor, Donna Kay 

Twenhafel, Lori Jane 

Twiss, Jon Douglas 

Ulmer, Suzanne 

Vance, Michael Christopher 

Varner, Bonnie Lee 



Varner, Samuel House 

Veasey, Charles Larry 

Wagner, Lanice Mary Logue 

Waldrup, Royanne 

Walker, Mereditn Moore Jr. 

Walker, Pamela Gail 

Walker, Panesha Gale 



Wallace, James Ervis Jr. 

Wallace, Rickey L. 

Walley, Scott Lindsey 

Ward, Albert Manning 

Ward, David Harold 

Ward, Gregory Weatherford 

Wara, Mark Austin 



Washington, Keith 
Watts, Dwayne Truhett 
Weatherford, Christina 
Webb, Freeman Devale 
Webb, Mary Katherine 
Weeks, Timothy Galen 
Weir, Kenneth Frank 



Welch, Bruce William 

Wells, Terrell Eileen 

Wells, William Paul 

Welsch, Hilda Elizabeth 

White, David Eugene 

White, Linda Ann 

White, Stacy Jonette 



Whitsitt, Robert Edward 

Whitten, James Gordon Jr. 

Wiggers, John Charles 

Wilbanks, Shanda Leigh 

Williams, Amy Lou 

Williams, Gail 

Williams, Gwendolyn Ann 




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Williams, James Daniel 
Williams, Jami Bean 
Williams, Mary Patricia 
Williams, Pamela Lanette 
Williams, Tamra Lynne 
Williamson, Loretta 
Williamson, Mary Elizabeth 



Williamson, Randall Earl 
Wilson, Charles Lloyd 
Wilson, Damaris Lynn 
Wiltshire, Dixie Lee 
Winkler, Elizabeth Jane 
Winstead, Anita Carol 
Winstead, Edward Carlton 



Winters, Julie Lynn 
Witcher, Ricky Wilson 
Witt, Angela Jane 
Witt, Kimberly Renee 
Witt, Mary John 
Wofford, William Earl 
Womack, Marcia Louise 



Woodall, Charles Jackson 
Worthy, Paul Anthony 
Wysor, Joseph Robert 
Yarbrough, William Andrew 
Yelverton, Joseph Ernest 
Verger, Mary Montague 
Young, Jerry K. 



Young, Kathryn Rucks 
Young, Lisa Gayle 
Youngblood, Barbary Yvonne 
Yow, John Wesley 
Yueh, Liang-Fu 



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$IENII€KS 



Abraham, Lillian Elaine 

Akers, Sharon 

Al-Hajj, Ahmed ]amal 

Al-Moghrabi, Ahmed Fouad 

Alexander, Corena 

Alexander, Oliver Donnell 

Alizadeh, Asghar G. 



Allen, Kathryn Lee 

Altimier, Mark Andrew 

Anaya, Ernesto Juan 

Anderson, Ricky Dale 

Anderson, Shawn Connelly 

Arabi, Naiib Mohamad 

Arkadan, Abdulranman Ahmad 



Arnold, Harold Edward 

Atkinson, Sally Ann 

Austin, Lynda Caroline 

Bain, Stephen Dale 

Baker, James Esco Jr. 

Baker, Kenneth Eugene 

Baker, Micky Frank 



Baldwin, Regina Moore 

Barber, Gary Wayne 

Barlok, Joseph Charles 

Barnes, Stephen Dudley 

Bartholomew, Judy Larraine Collins 

Bartkiewicz, Luke Joseph 

Barton, Michael Loyd 



Batey, Harry Josseph 

Beebe, Diane Kaye 

Bell, Jennifer F. 

Benard, Walter 

Bennett, Gene Wellington 

Bennett, James Evans 

Bennett, Sally Eudy 



Berry, Cindy Marie 

Berry, John Chrestman 

Berry, Paige Haynes 

Bingham, Stephen Edward 

Bishop, Ruby Gaye 

Blackwell, Linda A. 

Blake, James Steve 



Blalack, John Wallace 

Bounds, Eleanor Diane 

Boxx, Meda Lynne 

Boyd, James Jetfery 

Boyd, Jenifer Leigh 

Boykin, Michael Wayne 

Braoec, William Charles 



Bramlett, Lucienne Olivier 

Brewer, Frederick D. Jr. 

Bridges, Anne Lee 

Bridges, Gary Allen 

Browley, Myrtle Louise 

Brown, Cheri Lynne 

Brown, Edsel Jackson 



Brown, Matthew Lamar 

Brown, Susan Lamb 

Brummett, Harold M. 

Buchanan, Calvin Douglas 

Bullard, Judith Ajine 

Bunns, Gwendolyn 

Bunting, James Robertus Jr. 




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Burcham, Janet Renae 
Bureess, Ricky Edward 
Burke, Louise Allen 
Butler, Robert Abernathy 
Butler, Thomas Randle 
Buys, Mark Talbot 
Caldwell, James L Jr. 



Caldwell, Mary Claire 
Calhoun, Jeffrey Wilton 
Campbell, Joe Hand Jr. 
Campbell, Michael Bernard 
Cannon, Angela Renee 
Carden, James Matthew 
Carpenter, Elizabeth L. 



Carty, Joseph Staffler 
Cayson, Michael Edward 
Chaffin, Julie Eileen 
Chalk, Davdd Alan 
Chambers, John William Jr. 
Chase, Alvin 
Chen, Pei Ching 



Chestnut, Dwight Bernard 

Chow, Terri 

Church, Robert Doughton 

Cissom, Rickey 

Clark, Juanita 

Clasgens, Bradley Joseph 

Clay, Marvin Earl 




Seniors — 377 



SENICICS 



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Cluck, Cathy Elaine 

Cochran, Debora Elizabeth 

Cochrane, Deborah Lynn 

Coffey, Robert R. 

Coleman, Vernies Maenettia 

Collier, Elizabeth Gail 

Collins, Calvin Eugene 



Conaway, Linda Carol 

Conoway, Marilyn Theresa 

Cook, James Joseph 

Cook, Karen Marline 

Cook, Warren G. 

Coquat, Zane Dee 

Costner, Shawn Gordon 



Crockett, Evelyn Gale 

Crumby, Zoe Lynne 

Cruse, Edith Jean 

Cruse, William Neil 

Culberson, Debra G. 

Dailey, Betty Jane Belts 

Dailey, Michael Allen 



Dandridge, Yzonna 

Daniel, Mary Leslie 

Darby, Ronald Edward 

Daskalos, John Blair 

Daugherty, Benjamin G. Ill 

Davis, Amy Jill 

Davis, Fay Denese 



Davis, John Frank 

Dean, Thomas Murray 

Deas, Michael Wayne 

Debardeleben, Suzanne 

Decota, William Roval 

Decoursey, Kenneth Allen 

Dedeaux, Waldon Alexander 










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SIENICKS 





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Dekayie, Emmanuel E. K. 
Delashmet, John Ingram Jr. 
Dement, Susan Lynn 
Derrick, Randy Lloyd 
Dickard, Roslyn Sue 
Dixon, Carlton Ruffin 
Dixon, George Edward Jr. 



Dobbs, Candice Maria 
Dodd, John Edwin 
Donahoe, Eric Hardy 
Donald, Cynthia Pauline 
Donnell, Sheila Ann 
Doty, Patricia Anne 
Duncan, Samuel James 



Durfey, William Russel 
Duvall, Sharon Dianne 
Dye, Sylvia June 
Easterling, Harvey Jay 
Ederer, Elizabeth Ajin 
Edisen, Glenn Knute 
Edwards, William Jr. 



El-Assaad, Mohamad Mahmoud 
El-Bobbo, Walid Mohamad 
El-Hariri, Mohamed Saadl 
Elder, Wanda Jane Bateman 
Elion, Virginia Ann 
Ellis, David K. 
Emrick, Lauren Kay 



English, Kathie Darlene 
Evans, Angelia Gail 
Evans, Elise Ann 
Evans, Ellen Mary 
Evans, Steven Lee 
Ezenta, Elisha Chima 
Fabris, Jon Michael 




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SENICICS 



Farr, Valerie Ellen 

Ferguson, Diane 

Ferguson, Tommy Rogers 

Finan, Paul William 

Fischel, Laura Lea 

Fletcher, David Eugene 

Ford, Robert Keith 



Ford, Sherry Lynn Richard 

Forsythe, Patricia Lois 

Fowler, Janice Corinne 

Franks, Rosemary 

Freeman, William Rodney 

Fry, William Nail 

Fuller, Donald Hall 



Furr, Richard Kennedy 

Garner, Rickey Dwayne 

Garner, William L. Jr. 

Gentry, Cheryl Anne 

German, Constance M. 

Ghattas, Adib Fares 

Gho, Mary Catherine 



Gholston, Rene A. 

Gibson, Monica Leah Bell 

Gibson, Robert Gregory Jr. 

Glisson, Rebecca Ann 

Gonzalez, Hector Enrique 

Goodall, Laura Yancey 

Gordon, Michael 



Goudelock, Ila Nell 

Goudelock, Wendell Wayne 

Graham, Patricia Collins 

Gressett, Caroline Sue 

Griffin, Robbie Denise 

Griffith, Ike C. 

Grisham, Thomas James 



Gulledge, Leigh Ann 

Gustafson, Linda Jeanne 

Guyton, James Lawrence 

Haberman, Michael Bennett 

Haick, Kimberly Beth 

Hakawati, Ahmad Badaoui 

Hale, Paula Rene 



Hall, Candace Lynnette 

Hall, Kenneth Larry 

Hamie, Mahamoud Mustapha 

Hammond, Alice Laird 

Hammond, Lajuan Marie 

Hammond, Martha Courtney 

Hampton, Linda A. 



Hanna, Hassan Jawdat 

Harbin, Leon Caldwell III 

Hardin, Kathy L. 

Harding, William Waldorf 

Hariri, Omar Mohammed 

Harkins, Robert Michael 

Harmon, Roy Franklin III 



Harrington, Mary E. M. 

Harris, Joyce Anne 

Harrison, Pniflip Alton 

Harwell, Susan Beth 

Hashem, Ahmed Mohamed 

Hathaway, Susan Olivia 

Haulk, Sharon Ardith 





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Havens, Denisc Kay 
Havens, Joey Dunn 
Haycraft, lames Ray 
Heard, Rooert Goodwyn 
Henagan, Inga J. 
Hicks, Herman 
Hightshoe, Karia Kay 

Hiiazi, Toufic Mustapha 
Hill, Michael Dean 
Hill, Michael Harold 
Hillhouse, Celia Denley 
Hix, Carol Jean 
Hocotl, Kimberly Ann 
Hoffman, Katherine Ann 



Hosan, Connie Cyrena 
Horn, Jonathan Burton 
Hollenbeck, Stanley Wade 
Holliday, Robert Mitchell 
Hood, Iris Renee 
Hough, Janet Ann 
House, Sandra Cornelia 



Houston, Renita Gay 
Howard, Carl Edward II 
Howell, Leigh Ann 
Howell, Vaughn Dale 
Huch, Kim Marie 
Humphries, James David 
Hunter, Paula Adele 










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Hurley, Linda Joyce 

Ihle, Brenda Kay 

Irby, William Armstrong 

Irvin, Debra Denise 

Jackson, James Dougherty 

Jackson, Marilynn 

Jackson, Mary Jane McCarle 



Jackson, Shirley Jean 

Jarrell, Paul Gregory 

Jaudon, Michael A. 

Jenkins, Fannie Lee 

Jenkins, Joedae Lavet 

Jenkins, John Osmund 

Joe, Raymond Hing 



Johnson, Benton Cooper 

Johnson, John Clemon 

Johnson, Kathy Jan 

Johnson, Kenneth Ray 

tohnson, Michael Lynn 
nson, Molly Elizabeth 
Johnson, Sidney Albert 



Johnston, Margaret Anne 

Jolly, Angela Drue 

Jones, Allen Gafford 

Jones, Jennifer Alice 

Jones, Nancy Marie 

Jones, William Richard 

Jordan, David Alan 



Karroum, Khoder Mohamad 

Kaston, Elie 

Kay, Carol Ann Miller 

Keeton, Paula Kaye 

Kendrick, Maray Treg 

Kennedy, Connie Renae 

Kennedy, Scotty Dwight 





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SIENICICS 





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Kennell, Harold 
Kennerly, |ohn Russell 
Kent, Theresa Lynn 
Khali!, Hanna Tannous 
Khattab, Mahmoud Saleh 
Khazem, Nabil Ali 
King, John Mark 



King, Robert David 

Kittrell, Haldon fames 

Klimetz, Paul Daniel 

Knight, Elizabeth Carr Williams 

Knight, Sylvia Rene 

Knight, William Van )r. 

Knowlton, Paul Clapp Jr. 



Koski, Laura Leigh 
Kosteiny, Omar Benedict 
Kruger, Charles Baxter 
Kuenn, Mary Evelyn 
Kuntz, Thomas Wayne 
Lamb, Cynthia Suzanne 
Lamb, James Leon 



Lammons, Jerry Eugene 
Lancaster, Linda Gale 
Land, Martha Louise 
Lantz, Allen Dean Jr. 
Lawrence, Martha Denise 
Lawton, Rita Kaye 
Lear, James Hamilton 



Ledbetter, Lecia Renee 
Ledbetter, Thomas Frank 
Lee, Julia Patricia 
Lee, Steven Ralph 
Leguin, Jack M. Jr. 
Leon, Angelina Cecilia 
Lesueur, Carol Louise 




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Lewis, Beverly Lea 

Lewis, William Mark 

Little, Melvin 

Little, Sherri Lynn 

Little, Thomas Micheal 

Lo Hon, Wai 

Lococo, Joseph Anthony 



Long, Judith Gail 

Lovelace, Lisa Karen 

Luckett, Brenda Renee 

Malone, David Jackson 

Marchand, Thomas Winter 

Martin, David Stiles 

Martin, Michael Alton 



Martin, Steven James 

Mathews, Sherri Darlene 

McBride, Douglas S. 

McClain, Harvey Lee 

McClendon, Burwell B. Ill 

McCullen, Margaret Page 

McCullough, Rosalie 



McDaniel, James Edward 

McFerrin, Sherry Suzette 

McGuire, Cheryl Kate 

McGuire, Sara Marie 

McKellar, Pamela Anita 

McKenzie, Johnny Lee 

McLarty, Hermine Herring 



McLeod, Mary Clyde 

McMillin, Mary Elizabeth 

McMurray, Michael Brent 

McRoberts, Maury E. 

Meek, Paula Denise 

Mercier, Douglas Gerald 

Meredith, Grace 



Merritt, Hugh Nicholas 

Messer, John O'Neil 

Messer, Phillip Steven 

Miles, Vernon Benet 

Miller, Albert H. 

Miller, Daniel Whitten 

Miller, Ellen Marie Davis 



Miller, Lacie Elizabeth 

Miller, Philip Keith 

Miller, Terri Lynn 

Mitchell, Jan 

Mitchell, Matthew Buckner 

Mitchell, Michael Joel 

Mitchell, Nancy Forrester 



Mixon, John Barry 

Mize, Barbara Leigh Conlee 

Mohamed, Susan Carol 

Monk, Linda Renee 

Moore, Jayme Phillips 

Moorhead, Jennifer Lynn 

Moran, Ethel Russell 



Morgan, Diana Gay 

Morris, Cathy Ann 

Morrison, Michael Lavon 

Morson, Joanna R. 

Moss, Harvey Dwight 

Moss, Lee Joy 

Mullins, Judy Carol 





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Murphree, Bobbie Gail 

Murphy, Manney 

Myers, David Fant 

Myers, Thomas William 

Myles, Wayne Everett 

Nash, Catherine Denise Waddel 

Nave, Mark Lee 



Ndefo, Louis Atuanya 
Neal, Marta Dee 
Nguyen, Mai Thi 
Nicholas, John Adams II 
Nichols, joe David 
Nichols, Vincent Bernard 
Nicholson, Debra [ean 



Norman, Emily June 
Nwanonenyi, Alphonsus I. 
O'Neal, Nathaniel M. Jr. 
Ozborn, James Kenneth II 
Palmer, Carol Clare 
Palmieri, Dana Ann 
Partridge, Steven Wayne 



Patterson, Patti Jeanette 
Patton, Richard Allen 
Payne, Billie Charles 
Peacock, Carol A. 
Pearson, Mark Mills 
Pendleton, Edmund Alan 
Pettis, Everlean 





Seniors — SBS 



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Phillips, Julie Gray 

Phillips, Mark Theodore 

Pierce, Michael George 

Pirtle, Jeanann 

Ploski, Edward Patrick 

Pomeranz, Michael Buckeye 

Ponder, Randall Dean 



Porter, Lee Ann 

Potts, Virginia Gayle 

Pounds, Cynthia Lynn 

Powell, Julius Ernest 

Prather, William David 

Prevost, Durenda Lee 

Pulliam, Marilyn Patricia 



Punshon, Janice Ann 

Purser, Lisa Gayle 

Quin, Molly Melinda 

Raines, Deborah Kaye 

Ramage, Martis Donald Jr. 

Ramsey, Michael Christopher 

Ray, Van Kyle 



Ray, Wanda Gene 

Reeves, Cintealia Paige 

Rice, Annie Lee 

Ridgway, Louis Ernest 

Riley, Felecia Lynne 

Rives, Julian Wray 

Roberson, Robert Lynn 



Roberts, Joann Marie 

Roberts, John Burns II 

Roberts, Richard Steve 

Robertson, Calvin Edward 

Robinson, Alicia 

Robinson, George Ivan 

Rogers, Mary Kirkpatrick 















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Rogers, William Eugene 
Roop, William Henry Jr. 
Rossetti, James Thomas 
Rucker, Gwendolyn Faye 
Runnels, Rhona Sheryil Alter 
Russell, Henry Ellis 
Russell, Nathan Sans 



Russell, Pearl Kathreyn 
Russell, Ronald Wayne 
Russell, Stephen Blaine 
Rylee, John Michael 
Saffieadine, Imad 
Sandefer, Janet Lee 
Sanders, Gail Charles 



Saul, Phyllis Rae 
Scarbrough, William David 
Schaff, Jeanne Marie 
Schaffenburg, Paul Carlos 
Scott, Jeffery Marion 
Seat, Candace Jean 
Senf, Melanie Lee 



Sexton, Michael Wayne 
Shackelford, Lee Ann 
Sharman, William Robert 
Sharp, Benny Wayne 
Shaw, Barbara Jeanne Crouch 
Shaw, Charles Calvin 
Shedrick, Jennifer Ann 



Short, Mary Lucinda 
Simmons, Debbie Ruth 
Sirera, Julie Lynn 
Skinner, Michael Timothy 
Slim, Hussein Abdallah 
Sloan, Robert Gray 
Smith, Edwin Bernard 




S™ Kirs — .1117 



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Smith, Lisa Anne 

Smith, Luster 

Smith, Robert Powell 

Smith, Sue Ellen 

Smith, Vanessa 

Smith, Victoria Elaine 

Smith, William Leslie 



Smith, Winston 

Speakman, |ohnnie Faye 

Spicer, Susan Stewart 

Stacy, Paul Ellis 

Stamps, Nancy Jo 

Stauddy, fames Robert 

Stennett, Thomas Ricky 



Stephens, Debora Sue 

Stephens, William Daniel 

Stewart, Betina 

Stone, Maisy Lucille 

Stone, Reuben Harper 

Stover, Delmar Dean Jr. 

Stroud, John Busby 



Stubblefield, Yolanda Lynn 

Suggs, Deborah Jo 

Sullivan, David Wayne 

Sullivan, Timothy Dean 

Swaim, Kenneth Collins 

Swims, Dorothy Lynette 

Syvertsen, Diana Lynn 



Takkouche, M. Salim 

Tal, Hassan Chafic 

Tanner, Brenda Kay 

Tanner, Hugh Earl 

Taylor, Joann 

Taylor, Willyn 

Terney, William Stephen Jr. 



Thompson, Cynthia Clarice 

Thompson, William Carl 

Tindal, Elizabeth Ann 

Tolar, John Edwin 

Tolley, Elizabeth C. 

Treutel, David Allen Jr. 

Tucker, James Martin 



Tullos, Cynthia Dawn 
Turner, Richard Gale 
Umfress, Vivian Jane 
Varner, David Arthur 
Vassar, Matthew William 
Wade, John Ernest Jr. 
Waggoner, Daniel Floyd 



Wagner, Celia Marie 

Walker, Maia Marie 

Wall, Cynthia Annette 

Walsh, David Erick 

Walters, Steven Lawson 

Ward, William Tharpe 

Weaver, Rebecca Sue 



Webb, Arthur Irvin 

Webb, Wanda J. 

Weisling, Linda Joy 

Welti, Conrad Jeffrey 

West, Karen F. 

West, Lewis Albert III 

White, Clinton Brownlee 





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White, Johnnie Mae 
White, Linda Carol 
White, Martha Marie 
White, Rebecca Beth 
Whitehead, )iinniy Lane 
Wiles, Reatha E. M. 
Wilkinson, Melanie Grey 



Williams, Dan Glenn 
Williams, Darlene Maria 
Williams, Granville Howell 
Williams, Harold )ames 
Williams, Kathy Johnson 
Williams, Mary Martha 
Willingham, Barbara Ann 



Wills, Cathy Ann 
Wilson, Billy Rex Jr. 
Windham, Rickey Leland 
Wood, Anita Jo 
Wood, Dorothy Lee 
Woodruff, Mary Reid 
Woods, Brenda Barnard 




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Woods, Ronald Keith 
Woodward, Lori Diane 
Wortham, Ella Denise 
Wright, Patricia Jo 
Yarbrough, Bebe Shawn 
Young, Randall Earl 
Young, Robin Lane 
Zeringer, Eric Paul 




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IPIHAC/HACy 



Akers, Greg 
Albritton, Steve 
Archer, Susan 
Austin, Yvette 
Baker, Christy 
Barrett, Charles 
Beckham, )udy 



Bennett, Trent 

Berry, William 

Blakeney, Charlton 

Boatwright, Laura 

Bolton, }an 

Bowles,Jack 

Bradley, fane Ellen 



Bradshaw, Pamela 

Branton, Rebecca 

Bridges, Eileen 

Brock, Janet 

Brown, Charles 

Brown, Lawanda 

Brown, Martha 



Bruister, Carroll 

Brumfield, Owen 

Bryant, Charles 

Bullock, Tommy 

Calvert, Randy 

Carroll, Deborah 

Carter, David 



Chance, Rickey 
Chu, Grace 
Clark, Kenneth 
Cook, Anthony 
Cooley, James 
Craven, Rocky 
Crawford, Gail 



Crumbley, Joseph 

Cuellar, Imelda 

Cummings, Don 

Curtis, Joan 

Davidson, Joanne 

Diane, Davis 

Davis, Irma Self 



Davis, John 

Dawson, Gary 

Dillard, Ilene 

Dossett, Keith 

Dykes, David 

Edwards, Cathy 

Elliott, Roswietha 



Ertle, Marilyn 

Evans, Greg 

Everett, Lisa 

Ezell, Jackie 

Fancher, Mary Jo 

Ferguson, Connie 

Fiveash, Melvin 



Frashier, Alan 

Fuller, Ede 

Fuiper, David 

Gandy, luania 

Gee, William, II 

Gilmer, Patra 

Ginn, Bobert 









390 — Phil rmdcy 



IPHAK/HACy 







Hanson, fim 
Harrison, Emily 
Hathom, Gail 
Hays, Virginia 
Hester, Peggy 
Ho, Eric 
Holder, Joseph 



Holieman, Martha 
Honea, Denise 
Hunt, John 
Irby, Betty 

fackson, Cynthia 
ackson, Gary 
elks, James 




Pharmacy — 391 



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|ohns, Vicki 

Johnson, Wilma 

]ones, Jennifer G. 

Kaufman, Kim 

Kemp, Johnnie 

Kidd, Deborah 

Kilpatrick, Willis 



Lee, Dee Kelly 
Lence, Ken 
Linton, Vickie 
Loden, Kathy 
Luk, Benjamin 
Luke, Viivinia 
Marler, Cathy 



Martin, Kenneth 

Maxcy, Clyde 

McCaskill, Barry 

McKay, Donald 

McKee, Susan 

McMellon, Steve 

Mills, Jean 



Mills, Margaret 

Mills, Rhonda 

Mitchell, Connie 

Mix, Terry 

Moffett, Michael 

Murray, Kenny 

Myrick, Marsha 



Napier, Ramon 

Newbaker, David 

Nichols, Karla 

Norfleet, Beth 

Parker, Ricky 

Parker, Tamara 

Payne, Karen 



Pee, Pamela 

Peebles, Ron 

Phillips, Michael 

Pittman^ames 

Poole, Glenda 

Prather, Lvdia 

Preston, Robert 



Pridgen, Robert 

Quon, Helen 

Reves, Dennie 

Roberts, Glenn 

Rush, Janet 

Samuelson, Wesley 

Sanders, Larry 



Sanders, Vickie 

Schroeder, Shellie 

Seto, Kin 

Shields, Tommy 

Shuler, Diane 

Simmons, Ann 

Skinner, Mary 



Smith, Jim 

Stamps, Tim 

Stokes, Amba 

Stubblefield, Terrv 

Sturgeon, Joseph 

Sullivan, Valerie 

Sutherland, Susan 




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392 — Pharmacy 



IPIHAKMACy 




Tavares, Brenda 
Testa, Clara 
Threadgill, fames 
Tucker, Mike 
Vanexan, Ken 
Wah, )ue Ann 
Wakham, Gary 



Weber, Darlene 
Wilson, Betty 
Wise, James 
Wichert, Cathy 
Williams, Anay 
Wolverton, Juay 
Womble, Rachel 



Wone, Judith 
Worstiam, Gene 
Wyatt, Lon 
Wyatt, Susan Thaxton 




Pharmacy — 393 



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Adams, Gail 

Agnew, Walker 

Akeel, Saleh 

Akel, Ahmad 

Allen, Barbara 

Allred, Dani 

Avakaa, Terwase 



Avant, Sandra 

Azim, Ashraf 

Baker, Garland 

Baker, Kenneth, Jr. 

Ball, Sallye 

Barber, Collins 

Bass, Margaret 



Baxter, Christopher 

Bhandhubanvo, Nawapam 

Blount, Baroara 

Bokka, Srinivas 

Boschert, Betsy 

Brock, Charles 

Brou, Celeste 



Burcham, Theresa 

Carstens, Neil 

Chadwick, Cindy 

Chan, Yee-Ming 

Cheng, H. Edmond 

Ching, Betty 

Chittoor, Sarala 



Chung, Linda 

Cody, mhn, Jr. 

Cole, Patricia 

Cook, Horis 

Cupit, Michael 

Davis, Betty 

Deas, Cheryl 




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Denton, Jack 
Denton, )im 
Dixit, Ajit 
Dooley, Patrick 
Dnunmond, Larry 
Eckman, Joe 
El-Sarji, Ali 



Elliott, Michael 
Enobakhare, Osamuede 
Frees, James 
Fulton, Roy 
Gardner, Dave 
Gass, Albert 
George, Morris 



Gray, Albert, II 
Hall, Terry 
Hatoum, Hind 
Henderson, Adrienne 
Henderson, Robert 
Hill, John 
HoUiman, Edward 



TarJoura, Melhem 
Jonnson, Fred 
kee, David 
Keshavamurth, Talya 
Khattab, Ahmed 
Kirby, Mary 
Kolapo, Lasisi 




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Graduates — 395 



S -:..'M 



GICAIDILaVTIE 



Lemly, William A. 

Lu, Shu-Wen 

McKiernan, Susan 

Miller, David 

Morrow, Kimberly 

Moss, Jack 

Muse, Gregory 



Nair, Ram Chandran 

Nair, Rashmi 

Neal, George 

Needham, Robert 

Newcomb, Paul 

Nicholas, Michael 

Nimanandh, Sukanya 



Nucaro, Frank 

Ogiefo, Yusuf 

Osanaiye, Gabriel 

Osta, Abed 

Owen, Billy 

Owens, Agnes 

Paris, Leroy II 



Partin, Mary Elizabeth 

Pharr, Renelda 

Procter, William, Jr. 

Queyja, Mary 

Ramsay, Gary 

Raines, Deborah 

Rider, Wanda 





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Rocconi, Sally 
Rogers, Michael 
Rose, Eldridge 
Russell, Deborah 
Salim, Mahbob 
Samutsakorn, Varaporn 
Scheider, George 



Singh, Surendra 
Smith, Anna 
Smith, Brian 
Smith, Cathy 
Smith, Stanley 
Strain, David 
Sundar-Rajan, S. 



Taylor, Kathy 
Taylor, Terri 
Trevathan, Jennifer 
Tribble, Brenda 
Tucker, Bessie 
Tung, Kee-Leung 
Vianey, Charles 



Wagner, Thomas 
Webb, Amy 
White, Billy 
Williams, Cathy 
Winnard, Milan 
Wright, James 
Yancy, Deborah 



Yate, Prentiss 
Zbontar, Tomislav 




Gratiii.ilcs — Ml 



398 — Ads 






ADVERTISEMENTS 



KAREN ROEBUCK, editor 

Margaret Stephenson, 
assistant 



INDEX 

JOHN DOWDLE, editor 
Wendy Asbury, assistant 
Mary Joe Fancher, assistant 



Ads — 399 



CARL COERS 



The Clothing 
Store for Students 



Located in 

Johnson Commons 

Ole Miss Campus 

234-1513 





Open Mon. 

Sat. 

234-0933 



LOCATED DOWNSTAIRS 
IN 

COUNTRY 
^^ai" VILLAGE 




WESTERN AUTD 

associate store 

W. A. HOPKINS 

306 So. Lamar Ave. 

Oxford, MS 38655 



* Gifts 
*Bridal 

Registry 
*Repairs 

1202 Van Buren 

On the Square 

234-4211 




Morgan Jewelry 

Bill and Mary Ann King 



400 — Advcrlisemenis 




We've learned 
a lot about life 
in the past 
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Insurance Company /Jackson, Mississippi 

39205 



Hale & Jones, Inc. 



5 Jackson Locations 




Where the Rebels Buy SuppHes 

* Baseball * Basketball * Football 

* Golf * Tennis 





Petite, Junior, Misses Sizes 

1214 Van Buren 

— On the Square — 

234-0520 



Advertisements — 401 



208 S. Lamar 
Breakfast 6 AM-9 AM 

a Carte Orders 




COLLEGE RINGS 
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ELLIOTT JEWELERS 

on the square 




Serving as Fabric Consultants for the Rebelettes 

Oxford Fabric Center 

On the Square 



Johnson's Discount Furniture 

Sales, Rentals, Leasing 

311 S. Lamar 

234-7711 




Blaylock Drug Store 



If you don't know your 
drugs — know your druggist 

Complete line of cosmetics 
Consultant on duty daily 

Free Prescription Delivery 
234-4401 



University 
Launderette 



1310 E. University Ave. 

Open 24 Hours 7 Days 

Self Service 



402 — Adverlisemenis 



Oxford Bank 

& Trust Company 



. . Where People Make the Difference 





OSGO 



University 
Sporting Goods 



On the Square 



the Office Supply Company 

809-2SRD AVE. • P. O. BOX 5587 

MERIDIAN. MISSISSIPPI 3930I 




Advertisemenis — 403 




Leslie Drugs 



1121 Jackson Ave. 
234-1551 




dress shop 

Casual Wear A Specialty 



West Side of Square 

Post Office Box 49 

Oxford, Mississippi 38655 

Phone 234-1701 



307 So. Lamar 



Oxford, MS 38655 




KING BROTHERS, LTD. 

Greeks Clftt Jewelry Engraving 



One Block South of Courthouse 



234-9208 



First National Bank Building 

Jackson, Mississippi 39705 

948-8841 



Dino's 

Pizza — Stealcs 

On the Square 

234-6777 



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ON THE OXFORD SQUARE 

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RECORD & TAPE CENTER 




1006 Jackson Ave. 
234-8228 




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Pi Kappa Alpha 
House Corporation 

Jim Speed, President 

Joe Meadows, 1st Vice President 

Chuck Berry, 2nd Vice President 

Max Waldrop, Treasurer 

Dennis Baker, Secretary 



Advertisements — 405 



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That's tne one word the: best 

describes Ross & Verger. Weve 

been serving Mississippi ixiih 

personal and business insurance J or 

welloverjcentun^ When it comes 

to service. . . it's our serve. 



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Ole Miss 

Alumnae Association 



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Lumber 

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Claiksdale, Oxford, Batesville, Drew, Lambert, Tutwiler, 
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TRANSPORTATION, 



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GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI 



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AND THE UNIVERSITY SINCE 1923. 




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GATHRIGHT-REED DRUG 
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ON THE SQUARE FREE DELIVERY 

J.B.Gathright Aston Holley 



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Chaney's Eastgate 
Pharmacy 



Mr. Brent Smith 

Univ. Ave. E. 

232-7221 



Rebel Press & 
Office Supply Co., Inc. 



1005 Van Buren Ave. 



234-2811 



Jim's Jewelry 
& Gift Shop 



Oakwood Mall 



Oxford 



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CNEVROLET/ 



South Frontage Road 

Meridian, Mississippi 693-4411 



Advertisements — 409 




City Hall 

1 07 South Lamar 

236-1310 



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1313'/^ 25th Avenue 

Ov«r(ooklng Hartwr Squ«r« 






S'I'EWART SNEKI) 1 ll-iWHS, INC. 

INSURANCE AND BONDS SINCE 1905 

CUJLFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 39501 

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Oxford, Mississippi 




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Shipley's Donuts 

1711 E. University Ave. 

234-7200 

Also Serving Breakfast and Lunch 





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2209 S. Lamar 
234-7666 



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"Oxford's Inn Place" 






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The Oxford Inn 




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Is the Most Unique, 
Unusual Place in Town 

*Cl(!an(;st Rooms 
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Greenhouse Restaurant 

Locker Room 

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great food, and good 

relaxation, come to the 

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Department 

Store 

705 N. Lamar Blvd. 
234-1254 



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CENTER, INC. 

1703 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE. 
OXFORD, MS 38655 

234-4042 

'Full Service Center *New-Used Tires 




PHONE 234-3331 308 JACKSON AVE. 

STAR LAUNDRY — CLEANERS 



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AiKi-rliscm.'iMs — 411 



Kerr-McGee 

Chemical 
Corporation 

Hamilton, Mississippi 





Continuously 

Supporting 

Higher Education 

at Ole Miss 

— One of the 

South's Finest 

Learning Institutions 




414 — Ailvc'rlisi^monls 



Growing With Ole Miss 




New Chemistry Building — Coulter Hall 

/T^N North East 

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Association 



Advertisements — 415 







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Award-winning portraits, 
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pliotography in the 
Mid-Soutii area. 



416 — Adverlisemenis 




Now Offering 
Ladies' Jeans and Tops 



Highway 6 West 

Oxford 

234-4204 





Wear 

Our 

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Hughes Fluff Dry 

604 S. 16th Street 
234-0664 

Serving all 
your laundry needs 



DANVER'S 

Try Our 
4-Inch Biscuits 
For Breakfast 



Highway 6 West 
234-2886 



Advertisements — 417 



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Memphis. TN. Freshman. 
Marktng . 308, 309 

ABBOTT. MARY COYLE. 
Birmingham, AL. Sophomore, 
Jour , 262, 263 

ABEL, TUDDY MARIMAE, DucK 
Hill, MS, Freshman. Gen Eng., 
212,290,291,326 

ABERNATHY, JOANIE LUCY, 
Pulaski, TN, Junior, HE -Intr , 200, 
203, 236, 243, 322, 323, 360 

ABLES, WINFRED WAYNE, 
Memphis. TN, Senior, Radio and 
TV, 83 

ABRAHAM. DAVID THOMAS. 
Vicksburg. MS. Junior. English. 
270. 271 . 360 

ABRAHAM. LILLIAN ELAINE, 
Vicksburg. MS. Senior. Bus. Ed.. 
157.290.291 

ABU-HAMRA, SAMIR. Junior. Civl 
Eng. 252 

ABUTO. AMBROSE PAUL. Junior. 
Bank and Fin , 145. 360 

ACRED. JOY ANNETTE. Junior. 
Gen Eng. 266. 267. 360 

ADAM. STEPHEN ANDREW, 
Shannon. MS. Junior. Biol Sci.. 
248 

ADAMS. JOHN DEAN. Mobile. AL. 
Junior. H . P E and Rec . 104. 360 

ADAMS. MARCIA LISA. Vicksburg. 
MS. Freshman. Law Enfo . 290. 
291.326 

ADAMS. MARY BRIGHT 
HENSLEY. Oxford. MS. Junior. 
Bank and Fin .274. 275 

ADAMS, ROSEMARY. Memphis. 
TN. Freshman. Jour . 278. 27 

ADCOCK. MICHAEL EUGENE. 
Pearl. MS, Junior, Law Enfo , 310, 
311,360 

ADCOX, JOHN EDWARD, 
Louisville, MS, Freshman, Dntstry., 
215,284,326 

ADEY, ANN ELIZABETH, 
Sheffield, AL, Freshman, Biol. Scl., 
280, 28, 249, 326 

ADKINS, SUSAN ELIZABETH, 
Columbia, TN, Freshman, 
Medicine, 322, 323, 326 

AHLVIN, ALDER FRANK, 
Vicksburg, MS, Sophomore, 
MangmnI , 250, 344 

AILLS, JONAHAN SEWELL, 
Dallas, TX, Sophomore, Gen. Bus., 
284, 285, 344 

AILSWORTH, GREGORY KEITH, 
Keysville, VA, Junior, Urban Ad., 
272, 273 

AKER, SHANNON EDWARD, 
Memphis, TN, Sophomore, Jour , 
262, 26, 308. 309 

AKERS. GREGORY HULSEY. 
Taylorsville. MS. Phrm.-I. 
Pharmacy. 223. 390 

AL-BASHA, ALI MOSA, South 
Lebanon, Junior, Civl Eng , 152, 
156,360 

AL-TURK, EMAD ALDIN AKRAM, 
Hawalli, Senior, Civl Eng , 152, 
156,360 

ALBERT, PAUL HOWARD, 
Pascagoula, MS, Junior, Bank and 
Fin ,272, 273 

ALBRITTON, EDWARD ALLEN, 
Gulfport, MS, Senior, Gen Bus , 
282,283 

ALDERSON. LESA DIANE, 
Williamspon, TN, Senior. Spch 
Tpy. 215. 274. 275 

ALDRIDGE. GARY KENDALL, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus, 100, 142,316,317 

ALDRIDGE. MARY HELEN, 
Hollandale, MS, Junior, Elem. Ed., 
290, 291 , 360 

ALEXANDER, JANE CUMMINS, 
Nashville, TN, Sophomore, Jour , 
306, 344 

ALEXANDER, LEWIS EDWARD 
JR . Sophomore. Gen Bus . 215 

ALEXANDER. LISA LANAIR. Long 
Beach, MS, Freshman, Elem Ed , 
274, 275 



ALEXANDER, OLIVER DONNELL, 
Blue Mountain, MS. Unclass.. 
Educ. 21 0.268.221 

ALEXANDER. VIRGINIA LAURIE. 
Greenville. MS. Law I. Law. 200 

ALFORD. CORA JEAN. West 
Point. MS. Freshman. Pol Scl.. 
215.290,291 

ALFORD, MARILYN CAROL, 
Columbus, MS, Junior, Med 
Tech ,154, 155,23, 344 

ALLDRIDGE, JAMES ROBERT, 
Grenada, MS, Junior, Elec. Eng.. 
153,360 

ALLEN, BARBARA ANN, Bruce, 
MS, Grad I, Home Ec , 1 55, 394 

ALLEN, DONALD HAROLD, 
Jackson, TN, Senior, Urban Ad , 
136,145,219,316.31,360 

ALLEN. DONALD TERENCE. 
Oxford. MS. Sophomore. Gen. 
Bus. 147 

ALLEN, JO-ANN MARSHALL, 
Senior, S Ed Art, 140 

ALLEN, KATHRYN LEE, Oxford, 
MS, Senior, Art, 215 

ALLEN, LARRY EUGENE, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Accy , 298, 
299 

ALLEN, RUTH KINBROUGH, 
Vicksburg, MS, Freshman, Elem. 
Ed. 288. 289 

ALLGOOD, JIMMY CLIFTON, 
Duck Hill, MS, Freshman, Comp. 
Sci, 253 

ALLISON, MITZIE GAIL, Ripley, 
MS, Junior, Comm Dis., 21 5, 360 

ALLRED, DANI CHERYL, Natchez, 
MS, Grad I, Socio , 248, 394 

ALLRED, JAMES LAWRENCE, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 314, 31 

ALONSO, BEATRIZ LUISA, Grad. 
I. Bus. Adm., 151 

ALSOBROOKS, ROBIN 
KIMBERLY, Florence, MS, 
Sophomore, Medicine, 1 41 , 1 , 1 45, 
212,278,279,344 

ALSTON, CARLA ANN, Jackson, 
MS, Sophomore, 215, 344 

ALTENBERN, DOUGLAS C JR., 
Brentwood, TN, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 142, 14, 145, 261 , 284, 
285 

ALTIMIER, MARK ANDREW, 
Cincinnati, OH, Senior, Jour., 147, 
276, 221 

ALVERSON, LUCY ALLEN, Paris, 
KY, Junior, Pre-Accy , 288, 289 

ALVEY, LAURA RAYE, Franklin, 
KY, Sophomore, Radio and TV, 
142,195,227,322,323,344 

ALVIS, CYNTHIA DIANNE, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Elem. 
Ed, 21 5, 326 

AMACKER, DOUGLAS DRISKELL, 
Natchez, MS, Senior, Gen. Bus.. 
298. 299. 360 

AMBORT. STEVEN NEAL. North 
Little Rock. AR. Freshman, Bank 
and Fin, 314, 315 

AMOS, LOUISE ISE, Winona, MS, 
Freshman, Medicine, 212, 326 

ANDERSON, ANDREW COY, 
Anguilla, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus.. 
276. 27. 360 

ANDERSON. GARY LEE. Byhalia, 
MS, Grad I, Urban PI, 215 

ANDERSON, IDA ALEXIS, Byhalia, 
MS, Freshman, 200, 326 

ANDERSON, KAREN WILSON, 
Senior, CIth Mer , 215. 266, 267, 
360 

ANDERSON, LAURA LOUISE, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Elec. 
Eng . 286. 287. 326 

ANDERSON. MARK DAVID. 
Okolona. MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine. 143. 74. 212. 300. 344 

ANDERSON-SMITH. KAREN. 
Vicksburg, MS. Sophomore. 
Corrclns . 238. 344 

ANDREWS. KAREN LEIGH. Blue 
Mountain. MS. Senior. Psyc . 212. 
290. 291 

ANDREWS. LESLIE ANNETTE. 
Greenville. MS. Freshman. 278. 27. 
101.215.242 

ANDREWS, MARY ELIZABETH, 
Magnolia, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine. 304. 305. 326 



ANDREWS, WILLIAM HINTON JR , 
Magnolia, MS. Senior. Bank and 
Fin. 316. 31 

ANDY. MARIA L . Madison. MS. 
Freshman, Medicine, 215, 326 

ANGERO, MARTHA JANET, 
Meridian, MS, Senior, Accy., 157. 
278. 279 

ANTHONY. JAY ALAN, Ocean 
Springs, MS, Sophomore, 
Mangmnt., 282, 283, 344 

APOSTLE, GEORGIA PAULINE, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Marktng , 
215,278,279,326 

ARATA, WILLIAM SCOTT, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Marking., 83 

ARBABI, ABOLGHASSEM, Sari, 
Senior, Comp. Sci.. 153 

ARKADAN. ABDULRAHMAN 
AHMAD, Sidon, Senior, Elec Eng., 
140.152.153 

ARMSTRONG, JAMES HARRY, 
Tupelo, MS, Junior, Mus. Educ, 
142.238,344 

ARMSTRONG, MELISSA LYNN, 
Boonville, MS, Freshman, 290, 291 

ARNOLD, JANET GRACEN, Yazoo 
City, MS, Junior, History, 266, 267 

ARTHUR, ANDREW WILSON JR., 
Sophomore. Accy., 284, 285 

ASBURY, WENDY RAE, Yazoo 
City, MS. Junior, Marking., 145, 
227, 290, 291 , 399, 360 

ASHBURN, LISA RENAY, Clinton, 
MS, Junior, Zoology, 215. 238 

ASHLEY, SHERYLE DELARIE, 
Parma, MO, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus . 322. 323, 344 

ASKEW, FRANCES ALLINE, 
Greenwood, MS, Junior, Crt. 
Rptg, 221, 278, 279,259 

ATKINS, ANGELYN AGNES, 
Ruston, LA, Senior, H.E.-lntr.. 278. 
279, 100 

ATKINSON. PAMELA CHEYENNE. 
Canton. MS. Junior. Pharmacy, 
205,274,275,215,344 

AUBERT, KEITH JOSEPH, 
Waveland, MS, Senior, Chem. 
Eng, 153 

AUNE, KELLY THORNTON, Water 
Valley, MS, Freshman, Elec. Eng., 
298, 299, 326 

AUSTIN, LYNDA CAROLINE, 
Southaven, MS, Senior, Marking., 
288, 289 

AUSTIN, MARY KATHERINE, 
Southaven, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus , 143, 210, 215, 288, 289, 344 

AUSTIN, THOMAS MICHAEL, 
McComb, MS, Law II, Law, 136 

AUSTIN, WANDA JEAN, 
Randolph, MS, Junior, H., P.E. and 
Rec. 99. 108,360 

AVERS, MELINDA ANN, 
Germantown, TN, Sophomore, 
Nursing, 215, 280, 281,326 

AVERY, JIMMY L., Cleveland. MS, 
Senior, Biol. Sci.. 284, 285, 360 

AVERY, MARGARET SUZANNE, 
Cleveland, MS, Sophomore, Bus. 
Ed., 220, 262, 263, 344 

AYCOCK, EUNICE NAUGLE, 
Prairie, MS, Phrm. II, Pharmacy, 
140,219 

AZAR, JOSEPH S. JR.. Greenville. 
MS. Senior, Gen. Bus , 206, 220, 
272, 2, 360 

AZIM, ASHRAF UL, Unclass.. 
Urban PI. 215. 394 

AZIZ, NADIM M., Oxford, MS, 
Unclass., Engr. Scl., 152, 156 

AZORDEGAN, PHILIPPE ALBERT, 
Oxford, MS, Freshman, Medicine, 
276, 277 



B 



BACCUS, CHARLANE, Austin, TX, 
Freshman, Mar. Biol., 215. 326 

BACKER. WARREN HOWARD JR.. 
New Orleans. LA, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus . 272. 273. 326 

BAILESS. SUSAN, University, MS, 
Senior, Elem Ed , 124, 218, 274, 
275, 243 



BAILEY, CONNIE ANN, Senatobia, 
MS, Junior, Elem. Ed . 1 54, 238, 
344 

BAILEY, ELIZABETH SHELBY, 
New Orleans, LA, Sophomore, 
Pre-Accy., 142, 290, 291, 344 

BAILEY, FRANK HALL, Oxford, 
MS, Uw I, Law, 1 36, 31 4, 31 5 

BAILEY, JOHN MARSHALL JR., 
Germantown, TN, Freshman, 274, 
27, 326 

BAILEY, JOSEPH DAVID, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Accy., 145, 
308,360 

BAKER, ANTHONY AMES, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Marktng., 
199, 292, 293 

BAKER, BRADLEY TODD, 
Batesville, MS, Senior, Insur., 213 

BAKER, CHRISTY LEIGH, Amory, 
MS, Phrm.-lll, Pharmacy, 156, 390 

BAKER, DENNIS MURPHREE II, 
Batesville, MS, Unclass., 308, 309 

BAKER, EDWIN B , Tupelo. MS, 
Sophomore, Rec. Ldrs., 284, 285. 
344 

BAKER, GARLAND BLAINE, 
Unclass., Gen. Bus.. 238. 394 

BAKER. KATHRYN SUZANNE. 
Long Beach. MS. Junior, 143, 288, 
289 

BAKER, MARGARET HELEN, 
Oxford, MS, Freshman, Marking., 
278. 27 

BAKER. PHILLIP MARTIN, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus , 200. 252. 261 . 292. 293, 344 

BAKER, STEVEN LEE, Tupelo, 
MS, Junior, Mech. Eng., 270, 2, 
360 

BAKER, TERRI LYNN, Grenada, 
MS, Sophomore, Marktng , 266, 26 

BAKER, VIRGINIA ANN, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy , 215, 274. 275. 326 

BALCH, VICTOR DENTON, Pass 
Christian, MS, Bank & Fin.. Junior. 
282, 283 

BALDUCCI, ALLISON JUDITH, 
Shelby, MS, Pharmacy, 
Sophomore, 208, 326 

BALDWIN, REGINA MOORE, 
Houlka, MS, S.Ed. L.S . Senior 

BALDWIN, SHEILA SUE, 
Sophomore, 143, 145, 306 

BALL, JOHNNY LANE, Magnolia, 
MS, Gen. Bus, Junior. 109. 110, 
111 

BALL, SHARON ANN MCCREE, 
Oxford, MS, Unclass., 155 

BALLARD, DONNA MCGRAW, 
Natchez, MS, Sophomore, 
English, 143, 212, 274, 275, 344 

BALTHIS, LENORA GAILE, 
Columbus, MS, Sophomore, Phys. 
Tpy.. 247. 344 

BANAHAN. BENJAMIN 
FRANKLIN, Oxford, MS, Grad. Ill, 
Phrm. Sci.. 155 

BANE, CLINT EUGENE III, 
University, MS, Junior, Pharmacy, 
312,313 

BANKS, CYNTHIA ANN, Brandon, 
MS, Freshman, Gen Bus , 304, 
305 

BANKS, JENNIFER ROSE, 
Columbia, MO, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin., 222, 223, 344 

BARBER, FRANK D III, Jackson, 
MS, Law II, Law, 212 

BARBER, GARY WAYNE, Oxford, 
MS, Senior, Gen Bus., 149 

BARBIERO, DENISE CELESTE, 
Scarborough, Freshman, Soc./S. 
Wk. 108 

BARBOUR, JEPTHA FOWLKES IV, 
Yazoo City, MS, Freshman, Bank 
and Fin, 21 5, 326 

BARGERON, MARJORIE TYLER, 
Senior, Home Ec , 286, 287 

BARKLEY, WILLIAM DONALD JR , 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 308, 309, 344 

BARKSDALE, JAYNE SAUNDERS, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Socio , 
208,318,319 

BARLOW, JAMES BUREN, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Chem., 145. 
148.314.315 



BARLOW. JULIE TOWNES. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore, 
English, 145,215, 318, 319 

BARNABO, MARK JOSEPH, 
Sardls, MS, Junior, Math, 318, 319 
360 

BARNARD, JAMES JENNINGS, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior. Bank and 
Fin., 292. 29. 360 

BARNES. DONNA MARGUERITE. 
Natchez. MS. Sophomore. Clas 
Civ. 154. 344 

BARNES. ELIZABETH DRENNAN, 
Summit, MS, Junior, Gen Bus. 
280, 281 , 360 

BARNES, EMILY BELLE, Summit, 
MS, Freshman, Gen Bus., 260 
281 , 326 

BARNES, MARGARET ELISE. 
Memphis, TN, Sophomore, CIth. 
I^r , 288, 289, 344 

BARNES, THOMAS BRADFORD, 
Media, PA, Grad III, Phrm Sci., 
223 

BARNETT, JAMES ARDEN JR., 
Clinton, MS, Law I, Law, 136 

BARNETT, JANET LERHEA, 
Ocean Springs, MS, Junior, Gen. 
Bus. 280. 281.360 

BARNETT. JANICE LYNN. 
Grenada. MS. Senior, H., P.E. and 
Rec. , 93, 96, 1 08, 200, 290, 291 

BARNETT, JOHN BARRY, 
Memphis, TN, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus, 272, 273 

BARNETT, MICHAEL LEE, 
Humtxjidt, TN, Sophomore, Civl. 
Eng, 270, 2 

BARNHILL, LISA LOUISE, 
Charleston, MS, Junior, Elem. Ed., 
278, 279 

BARRETT, CHARLES MITCHELL, 
Phrm.-lll, Pharmacy, 223, 390 

BARRETT, CHRISTOPHER M., 
Memphis, TN, Junior, H., P.E. and 
Rec, 85. 91 

BARRETT, JOHN LINDSEY JR., 
Macon, MS, Senior, Bank and Fin., 
212.314 

BARRY. CHARLES STEWART IV. 
Jackson. MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus . 270 

BARTHOLOMEW, JUDY 
LARRAINE COLLINS, Bruce, MS, 
Senior, Elem. Ed.. 134 

BARTLES, ISABEL, Stuttgart, 
Junior, Music, 155 

BARTON, MICHAEL LOYD, 
Pineville, LA, Senior, Urban Ad., 
238 

BARTON. STEPHEN CURRY, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, English, 
296, 297 

BASHGHAREH, KHOJEH AHMAD, 
Tehran, Grad. III. Econ., 151 

BASMA, ADNAN ADIB, University, 
MS, Senior, Civl. Eng., 152. 153, 
360 

BASS, ADRIENNE ALEXANDRA, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, 278, 27 

BASS, KIMBERLY DAWN, Tupelo, 
MS, Freshman, Crt. Rptg.. 215. 326 

BASS, NANCY MANIER, Nashville, 
TN, Freshman, 215, 288, 289, 326 

BASSETT, ROBERT MARTIN, 
Redlngton Shore, FL, Senior, 149 

BAT, BETTY LYNN, Jackson, MS, 
Freshman, Marking., 280, 28, 245, 
326 

BAT, THOMAS EDWARD, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Biol Sci , 
308, 309, 261 

BATEMAN, BLANE EDWARD, 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 276, 27 

BATEMAN, JANICE LYNN, Amory, 
MS, Junior, Psyc, 247, 360 

BATES, LISA SUSAN, Laurel, MS, 
Freshman, Medicine, 215 

BATES, RICKEY LEE. Southaven, 
MS, Sophomore, 212, 326 

BATES, THOMAS ALLEN, 
Jacksonville, MS, Junior, Rec 
Ldrs., 107 

BATES, TYRONE C, Nesbitt, MS, 
Junior, Jour ,270, 271,344 

BATTAILE, JULIANNE, Belden, 
MS, Freshman, 215, 288, 289, 326 



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Bridges 



BATTON, REBECCA JANE. 
Jackson, US, Unclass., Bus. Adm., 
151 

BAXTER, A. MELISSA, Hernando, 
MS, Freshman, Elem Ed., 274, 275 

BAXTER, CHRISTOPHER EMMET, 
Oxford, MS, Grad. I, Urban PI., 
136,207,394 

BAZZELL, CYNTHIA JOAN, 
Kennett, MO, Senior, Gen. Bus., 

288. 289 

BEADLES, KIMBERLY ANNE, 
Brinkley, AR, Sophomore, HE - 
Intr., 322, 323, 344 

BEAL, WESLEY MARTIN, Medford 
New, NJ, Sophomore, Chem. Eng., 
270, 271 

BEAN, ROBERT TENDALL, 
Parkridge, IL. Freshman, Gen. 
Bus.. 300, 30 

BEARD, PAUL OTTO JR., luka, 
MS, Junior, Music, 238 

BEARDAIN, VICKI NELL, Oxford, 
MS, Law I, Law, 145 

BEAUMONT. LORI ANN. Memphis, 
TN, Sophomore, Adm. Sierv., 290, 
291 , 344 

BECKER, GEOFFREY MARK, 
Brandon, MS, Phrm.-I, Pharmacy, 
223 

BECKER. JAMIE ELIZABETH, 
Gautier, MS, Junior, Nursing, 208, 
286, 287 

BECKER. JASPER BENOIT. 
Brookhaven, MS, Senior, 
Marking, 314, 315 

BECKER, KATHRYN ELIZABETH, 
Jackson, MS, Senior. CIth. Mer. 
274,275,176,100 

BECKHAM, DONALD EDWARD, 
Sophomore, Bank and Fin., 31 2, 
31 

BEDDINGFIELD. JOHN J. Ill, 
Meridian, MS, Senior, Biol. Sci., 
148,310,31 

BEE, SUSAN SEAVEY, New 
Orleans, LA, Junior, Radio and TV, 
274, 275 

BEEBE, DIANE KAYE, Brandon, 
MS, Senior, Zoology, 138, 121, 148 

BEECH, REGINA KATHERINE, 
Birmingham, AL, Junior, Psyc, 
266. 267, 360 

BEENE, CHARLES WILLIAM, 
Oxford, MS, Grad III, Educ, 253 

BELENCHIA, JOHNNY 
MARSHALL, Shelby, MS, Junidr, 
Dntstry, 145, 30,360 

BELENCHIA, MARCIAANN, 
Shelby. MS, Sophomore, 
Marking, 143, 344 

BELENCHIA, PATRICIA LAURA, 
Shelby, MS, Freshman, Comm. 
Dis., 266, 21 . 326 

BELENCHIA. THERESA AMELIA, 
Shelby, MS, Grad. I, Spch. Rh., 
134.140 

BELK, JULIE ANN, Kosciusko, MS, 
Sophomore. Pre-Accy., 215, 288, 

289, 326 

BELL, BETTY ANN. Memphis, TN, 
Junior, Crt. Rptg., 21 5, 304, 3, 360 

BELL, KAREN RICKMAN, 
Springfield, TN, Sophomore, CIth. 
Mer.,280, 28, 344 

BELL, SAMUEL BYRON, 
Germantown, TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 316, 3 

BELL, SANDRA KATHRYN, 
Germantown, TN, Senior, S. Ed. L. 
S, 262, 263 

BELL. TANYA CHARISSE, Holly 
Spririgs, MS, Sophomore, Radio 
and TV, 246, 344 

BELL, WILLIAM KENNETH, Pearl, 
MS, Junior, Accy., 106, 360 

BELLAMY, HENRY MAYNARD, 
Coolridge, WV, Senior, Chem., 
145.148,318,319 

BELLENGER, REBECCA LYNN, 
Jackson. MS, Junior, Inst Mgt , 
146, 278, 279, 360 

BENQE, DOUG EDGAR, Madison, 
MS, Freshman, Gen Bus., 308. 
309 

BENNETT, ALLAN PASCAL, 
Oxford. MS, Law III, Law, 124 

BENNETT, JOSEPH THOMAS, 
Sophomore, Gen. Bus., 284, 28 



BENNETT. MARY ALEXANDRA. 
Lexington, KY, Sophomore, Radio 
and TV, 286, 28 

BENNETT, TRENT A., Phrm.-lll, 
Pharmacy, 223, 390 

BENSON, NED JR., Tupelo, MS, 
Phrm.-I, Pharmacy, 223 

BENSON, VICKI ANN, Fulton, MS, 
Freshman, Urban Ad., 215, 290, 
291,326 

BENTON. KARAN LORRAINE, 
Baton Rouge, LA, Junior, S. Ed S. 
S., 202, 278, 279 

BENTON, MARVIN DEAN II, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Bank and 
Fin., 220, 298, 2 

BENVENUTTI, MARY REBECCA, 
Bay St. Louis, MS, Junior, Jour., 
210,290,291,360 

BENVENUTTI, SUSAN ALICE, Bay 
St. Louis, MS. Unclass., Design, 
290,291 

BERRY. JOAN MERCER. Oxford, 
MS, Sophomore, Art, 286, 287 

BERRY, PAIGE HAYNES, Franklin, 
TN. Senior, Art-lntr., 286, 287 

BERRY, REBECCA KAREN, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
322, 323 

BERRY, SIDNEY RAYMOND JR., 
Sophomore, Accy., 314, 315 

BERRY, WILLIAM BRADLEY, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
155,143,270 

BERRY, WILLIAM HUBERT, 
Prentiss, MS, Phrm.-lll, Pharmacy, 
140,390 

BERRYHILL, BRENDA SUE, 
Batesville, MS, Junior, Marktng., 
215,361 

BERTOLET, BARRY DEAN, 
Vidalia. LA, Junior, Medicine, 145, 
142,143,270,27 

BESSELIEVRE, SCOTT SYLVAN, 
Cleveland, MS, Sophomore, 
Comp. Sci., 308, 309 

BEST, DELINA DOTY, Jackson. 
MS, Sophomore, CIth. Mer., 208, 
278, 279 

BEST, ELIZA ANN, Mountain 
Brook, AL, Sophomore. H.E.-lntr., 
249 

BETHANY. KATE LAWRENCE. 
Jackson. MS. Freshman, Comp. 
Sci, 215,266, 267, 326 

BEXLEY, WILLIAM EARL. 
Vicksburg, MS, Freshman. Gen. 
Bus. 210, 312, 313 

BEY, DELYNN RUTH, Long 
Beach. MS, Freshman, Jour., 215 

BEYER, BRYAN RANDOLPH, 
Memphis, TN, Senior. Chem. Eng., 
298,299 

BICKERSTAFF, JUDY LYNN, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Elem. Ed., 
208,274,275,218 

BICKERSTAFF, MARGARET 
QUAY. Jackson. MS. Freshman. 
Pol. Sci, 101,215,326 

BIDDLE, JOHN MICHAEL, West 
Hekena, AR, Freshman. Gen. Bus., 
238, 326 

BIDDY, WILLIAM GLYNN, 
Columbus, MS, Senior, Theatre, 
145,136,282,283 

BIEDENHARN, FRANCIS MARION, 
Vicksburg, MS, Junior, Accy., 312, 
313 

BIGGS, MIKE CONNER. Jackson, 
MS, Senior, English, 215, 238, 284, 
285 

BILLINGSLEY, WILLIAM 
CHRISTOPHER, Senatobia. MS, 
Freshman. Gen. Bus., 312, 313 

BINGHAM, STEPHEN EDWARD, 
Cleveland, MS. Senior, Civl. Eng., 
156,252,284.285 

BINKLEY, HAL RAY, Springfield, 
TN, Sophomore, Gen Bus., 314, 
315,344 

BIRDWELL, ANN WALTON, 
Carthage, TN, Sophomore, Bank 
andFin.,215, 274, 275 

BISHOP, MARC RANDALL, Moss 
Point, MS, Senior, Gen. Bus., 213, 
282, 283, 361 

BISHOP, RONNIE DALE, 
Wayne8t)oro, MS, Sophomore, 
Marking, 270, 271,344 



BLACK, CHARLES EDWARD JR., 
Memphis, TN, Grad I, Bus. Adm., 
147,150 

BLACK, JOHN THOMAS JR., 
Senatobia, MS, Senior, Bank and 
Fin.,148. 314, 315 

BLACKLEDGE, KRISTA DAWN. 
Laurel, MS, Junior, Geology, 215, 
278, 279, 361 

BLACKLEDGE. WILLIAM DAVID. 
Laurel, MS, Junior, Bank and Fin., 
316,317 

BLACKMAN, ELIZABETH GAYLE, 
Indianapolis. IN, Freshman, 286. 
287 

BLACKMAN, LISA ANN, East 
Prairie, MO, Senior, Marking., 290, 
291 , 361 , 344 

BLACKMON, JAMES EDWIN, 
Greenville, MS, Senior. History, 
215 

BLACKSTON, JOSEPH WALKER, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Medicine, 296, 
297 

BLAIR, JOHN DAVID, Clinton, MS, 
Junior, Pol. Sci, 318, 31 

BLAIR, MARGARET LOWE, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 280, 281,326 

BLAIR, MICHAEL WARREN, 
Louisville, KY, Senior, Marking., 
314,315 

BLAIR, SUSAN ALCOTT, 
Pascagoula, MS, Senior, Marking., 
322, 323 

BLAKE, JAMES STEVE, 
Clarksdale, MS, Senior, Biol. Sci., 
240, 268, 26 

BLAKE. SUSAN BETH, Memphis, 
TN, Sophomore. Adm. Serv., 304, 
3 

BLAKELY, LISA DAWN, Grenada, 
MS, Sophomore, Elem. Ed., 215, 
26, 267, 344 

BLALACK, JOHN WALLACE, 
Pearl, MS, Senior, Pre-Accy., 157 

BLALOCK, JEFFREY WILBORN, 
Freshman, 314, 315, 327 

BLANCHARD. JAIDA ELIZABETH. 
Monroe, LA, Freshman, 238, 327 

BLEDSOE, NANCY LLEWELLYN, 
Greenville, MS. Freshman, Pre- 
Accy, 215,290, 291, 326 

BLEDSOE, SYBIL ANDERSEN, 
Greenville, MS, Junior, Soc. Work, 
274, 275, 345 

BLONKVIST, KEVIN MICHEAL, 
Midland, TX, Junior, Marking., 
296, 297 

BLOUNT, CLAY BRYAN, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman. Chem. Eng., 270, 
271 

BOATWRIGHT, EMILY ANN, 
Millington, TN, Junior, Pharmacy, 
215,280,2,345 

BOATWRIGHT. LAURA REGINA, 
Millington, TN, Phrm.-lll, 
Pharmacy, 280, 28, 390 

BOBO, JOEL KIRKPATRICK, 
Clarksdale, MS. Senior, Accy., 
147.296,29 

BOBO, RHONDA REBECCA, 
Senatobia, MS, Junior, Psyc, 215, 
361 

BOCK, CAROLA, Tupelo, MS, 
Junior. German, 322, 323, 345 

BOGGAN, JOHN COMAN JR., 
Tupelo, MS, Junior, Pol. Sci., 212, 
215,310,311,361 

BOLIN, TAMMY RANAE, 
Brooksville. MS, Freshman, V. Hm. 
Ec, 280, 28,1. 327 

BOLTIN, TEMPLE ANNE, 
Windermere, FL, Freshman, 288, 
289 

BOLTON, JAN LYNETTE, Phrm.- 
lll, Pharmacy, 223, 266, 267, 390 

BOND, JEFFREY BRENT. 
Carthage, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 210, 212, 215, 316, 317 

BOND, M. GUION JR., Carthage, 
MS, Senior, Bank and Fin., 220 

BOND, TONY KEITH, Sarepta, MS, 
Sophomore. Pre-Accy.. 143 

BONDS, BETTIE AILENE, Hughes, 
AR, Freshman. Elem. Ed.. 242, 
266. 267 

BONDS, HAROLD DEAN, Roxie, 
MS, Senior, Med. Tech., 318, 319, 
361 



BONDS, ROBERT ALEXANDER III. 
Natchez, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus., 238, 308, 309, 327 

BONDS, TERESA ANN, Houston, 
MS, Sophomore, CIth Mer , 280, 
28 

BOONE, JUDY ANN, Tupelo. MS, 
Sophomore, Spcl. Ed , 280, 28 

BOONE, WARREN WATSON, 
Houston, TX, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
316,317 

BOOTH, ANNE REED, Eupora, 
MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 304, 305 

BOOTH, BEVERLY CLAIRE, 
Clarksdale, MS, Senior, Soc/S. 
Wk..215, 278, 279 

BOOTH, CATHERINE ANN, Pine 
Bluff. AR. Sophomore, Mus. Educ, 
154,155,238 

BOOTHE, MELINDA KAY, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy, 278, 27 

BORAH, ANU PROVA, University, 
MS, Senior, Civl. Eng., 1 56 

BORNE, DEBRA ANN. Oxford. MS, 
Sophomore, Pol. Sci.. 215, 345 

BOS. ELIZABETH DUENEL, 
Summit, MS, Freshman, CIth. Mer., 
215,274,275,327 

BOSCHERT, BETSY MAUREEN 
BILLS, Oxford, MS. Grad. I. Bus. 
Adm. 290, 291,394 

BOTELER, MARY ELIZABETH, 
Laurel, MS, Sophomore, Elem. 
Ed, 304, 30 

BOULDIN, MARSHALL JONES IV, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Medicine, 
145,142,270,2 

BOUNDS, ELEANOR DIANE, 
Ackerman, MS, Senior, Music, 
140,155 

BOUNDS, JEFFERY ROSS, 
Nevrton, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus., 316,31 

BOUNDS, MARGARET JEAN, 
Nashville, TN, Sophomore, Jour., 
286. 287, 345 

BOURNE. SAM LLOYD JR., 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus., 296, 297 

BOUTWELL, TERESA DARLENE, 
Clinton, MS, Senior, Corrctns., 
290.291 

BOWEN, ALISA VICTORIA. 
Greenwood, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy., 304, 305, 327 

BOWERS, DEBORAH ANNE, 
Jackson, TN, Sophomore, CIth. 
Mer., 304, 30 

BOWERS, JAMES ROBERT, 
Florence, AL, Grad. Ill, Math, 152 

BOWERS, PATRICIA LYNNE, 
Junior, Jour, 304, 30 

BOWLES, JACK LOWRY, 
Greenwood, MS, Phrm.-lll, 
Pharmacy, 223, 390 

BOWMAN, CHARLES MEYER III, 
Greenwood, MS, Junior, Bank and 
Fin, 296, 297 

BOX, CYNTHIA LEA, Tupelo, MS. 
Freshman, Elem. Ed., 215, 278. 
279, 249, 327 

BOX, NANCY CAROLYN, Tupelo, 
MS, Junior, Soc/S. Wk., 21 5, 249, 
278, 279 

BOX, ROBERT EDWARD JR. , 
Flora. MS, Senior, Gen. Bus., 213, 
300, 30. 361 

BOXX. MEDA LYNNE, Baldwyn. 
MS, Senior, Law Enfo., 322, 323 

BOYANTON, JAMES STEVEN, 
Jackson. MS, Junior, Accy., 272, 
273 

BOYCE. LILLA TOWNSEND, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus., 274, 275 

BOYD, JAMES JEFFERY, Tupelo, 
MS, Senior, Biol. Sci., 145, 187, 
148,215,314,3,21 

BOYD, JENIFER LEIGH, San 
Antonio, TX, Senior, English, 215, 
274, 275 

BOYD, NANCY JO CHISM, Tupelo, 
MS, Senior, Mus. Educ, 155, 278, 
279 

BOYD, PATRICK AUBREY, San 
Antonio, TX, Freshman, 215 

BOYKIN, MICHAEL WAYNE, 
Hollandale, MS, Senior, Pol. Sci., 
109,300,30 



BOYLES, WELOON hANDAL, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore. Gen 
Bus , 261 , 272, 273, 345 

BRABEC, KATHRYN ANN, 
Ellzabethtown, KY, Sophomore, 
Comm Dis , 143, 306, 3, 345 

BRABEC, WILLIAM CHARLES, 
Ellzabethtown, KY, Senior, 
History, 276, 277 

BRACEY, MARTHA LOU, Atlanta, 
GA, Freshman. Gen Bus , 215, 
327 

BRADFORD, CHRYSTAL LEE, 
Pine Bluff, AR, Freshman, Insur.. 
290,291,327 

BRADLEY, JANE ELLEN, 
Lucedale, MS. Phrm.-ll, Pharmacy, 
223, 322, 32, 390 

BRADLEY, JOHN RAY, Florence. 
AL, Grad. Ill, Educ , 238 

BRADLEY. JUDITH LYNN. 
Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 145, 142, 14, 200, 202, 
280, 281 , 345 

BRADLEY, MARK COHN, Oxford. 
MS, Freshman, 296, 29 

BRADLEY, STANTON CRAIG, 
Brentwood, TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus., 292, 293 

BRADLEY, WILLIAM ROSS JR., 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
145,314,315 

BRADSHAW, PAMELA JANA, 
Bentonia, MS, Phrm.-I, Pharmacy, 
290, 291 , 390 

BRADY, ANNABELLE SMITH, 
Brookhaven, MS, Freshman, Elem 
Ed.,215, 274, 275, 327 

BRADY, THOMAS PICKENS III, 
Brookhaven, MS, Senior, English, 
216,312,313 

BRADY, WILLIAM MICHAEL, 
Miami, FL, Senior, Marking., 149 

BRAGORGOS, NICHOLAS ELIAS, 
Eads, TN, Sophomore, Biol. Sci., 
298, 299 

BRAME, WILLIAM HOOVER, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Insur., 
292, 293 

BRAMLETT, LUCIENNE OLIVIER, 
Oxford, MS, Senior, Adm. Serv., 
290, 291 

BRAMLITT, FRANCES ELLEN, 
New Albany, MS. Sophomore, 
Nursing, 215, 280,281 

BRANDON, CALLIE S., Helena, 
AR, Senior, Spanish, 274, 275, 361 

BRANDON, KATE CRAIG, 
Sophomore, Elem. Ed., 274, 27 

BRANDT, MELANIE ANN, 
Louisville, MS, Junior, Jour, and 
Adv, 218, 288, 289 

BRANN, NANCY ELANE. Jackson, 
MS, Sophomore, Jour , 304, 30 

BRANSON, JOHN RICHARD, 
Jackson. MS. Junior, Marking., 
298, 299 

BRASFIELD, CYNTHIA LYNN. 
Greenville, MS, Junior, Soc/S. 
Wk, 290, 291 

BRASHIER, BARBARA ALLEN, 
Indianola, MS, Junior, H.E.-lntr., 
274, 275 

BRASHIER, DEBORAH ANITA, 
Ocean Springs, MS, Junior, S. Ed. 
S. S., 306, 307, 361 

BREELAND, JERI KATHRYN, 
Brookhaven, MS, Junior, H., P.E. 
and Rec..306, 307, 361 

BRELAND, ALLEN MCINNIS, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Senior, Pol. ScL, 
316.3,361 

BREWER, CHARLES ANTHONY, 
Junior, Pol. Sci., 154, 238, 284, 
285, 361 

BREWER, DEREK OKELLY, Oak 
Park, IL, Junior, Urban Ad , 314, 
315,361 

BREWER, FREDERICK D. JR., 
Oxford, MS, Senior, Elec Eng., 
272, 273 

BREWER, JENNIFER OLIVIA, 
Tullahoma, TN, Freshman, Math, 
290, 29, 327 

BREWER, LEATHA KAYE. Pulaski, 
TN, Junior, Jour., 306, 307, 345 

BRIDGE, SHADRIC MICHAEL, 
Oxford, MS, Freshman, 292, 29 

BRIDGERS, REGINALD OBRIEN 
JR., Belzoni, MS. Freshman, Gen. 
Bus., 312,31 



Index — 419 



Bridgers 



BRIDGES. ANNE LEE. 
Pascagoula. MS. Senior. Chem . 
290, 291 

BRIDGES. JEFFERY RANDALL. 
Freshman. Medicine. 158 

BRIDGES. MARLON KEITH. 
Prentiss, MS. Junior, Accy . 276. 
277, 361 

BRINKLEY. HAROLD L. JR.. 
Booneville. MS. Junior. S. Ed. S. 
S. 149 

BRINKLEY. HAYNES 
ALEXANDER. Jackson. MS. 
Senior. Pol. Sci . 216 

BRISCO, PATRICIA MAY. Tupelo, 
MS. Freshman. Inst. Mgt . 280. 28 

BRISCOE, PAUL STACY. Tupelo. 
MS, Sophomore, Mangmnt., 284, 
285, 345 

BRITT, AMANDA JOYCE, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, 278, 279, 
327 

BRITTON, PAUL SCOT, Mobile, 
AL, Freshman. Geol Eng . 300. 
301 

BROCK. CHARLES RANDALL, 
Stewart, MS, Law I, Law, 1 51 , 21 2, 
394 

BROCK, MARK WAYNE, Pontotoc, 
MS, Freshman, Civl. Eng., 215 

BROCK. MILLER LEE. Jackson. 
MS. Freshman. Pre-Accy . 276. 
277, 327 

BROCKWAY, PAMELA SUE, 
Huntsville, AL, Freshman, Mus. 
Educ,154,238 

BROOKS, BARRY LEE. Memphis, 
TN. Sophomore, Marking , 298, 
299 

BROOKS, CURTIS C. JR , Ripley, 
MS, Junior, Marking., 294, 295, 
361 

BROOKS, PATRICIA LEE, 
Cleveland, MS, Senior, CIth. Mer.. 
146.288.289 

BROOKS. ROBERT ELWYN, 
Tonawanda, NY, Senior, Chem 
Eng, 153 

BROOME, DAVID FRANKLIN, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Gen Bus , 
136.145.147.205.296.297 

BROWN. CHARLES VICTOR JR . 
Ripley, MS, Phrm-I 
145,140,148,390 



Ripley, MS, Phrm -II, Pharmacy, 
-■',14- 



BROWN. GLENN DAVID JR . 
Meridian, MS, Senior, Gen Bus , 
276,27,361 

BROWN, JAMES STEPHEN, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Insur , 
316,31 

BROWN, KEVIN CARTER, Vidalia, 
LA, Freshman, Art, 276, 27 

BROWN, KIMBERLY ANN, 
Vicksburg, MS, Freshman, 215, 
266, 267, 327 

BROWN, LISA GAY, Freshman, 
Nursing, 280, 281 

BROWN, LISA LOUISE, Tupelo, 
MS, Junior, 280, 281 , 327, 545 

BROWN. LYNNE ALLISON, 
Pascagoula, MS, Sophomore, 
CIth Mer., 142, 14, 145, 198, 20, 
208,21,280,281,345 

BROWN, MARSHA LYNN, Walls, 
MS, Junior. Elem Ed . 154, 238 
361 

BROWN, MATTHEW LAMAR, 
Pearl, MS, Senior. Elec Eng., 149 

BROWN, MELVIN ANTHONY, 
Sophomore, Law Enfo , 78 

BROWN, MINDY SUE, Forest, MS, 
Unclass , Gen Bus , 152 

BROWN, PATRICK SCOTT, 
Winona, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 314, 3, 106,345 

BROWN, RAY H , Amory, MS, 
Junior, Accy , 215 

BROWN, REX STANLEY, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Chem Eng , 270, 
271,327 

BROWN, SHERRI LYNN. Petal. 
MS, Sophomore, Nursing, 215, 345 

BROWN, THOMAS CARSON, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 
156 

BROWN, TRICIA LEE. Oxford, MS, 
Senior, S Ed S S, 304, 3 

BROWN, VIRGINIA GLENN, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Rec. Ldrs., 
304, 305 



BROWN, WILLIAM ALBERT, Horn 
Lake, MS, Law I, Law, 151 

BROWN. WILLIAM ALLYN. 
Jackson. MS. Senior, Bank and 
Fin .284.285 

BROWN. WILLIAM SCOTT. 
Brandon. MS, Junior. Medicine. 
298, 299, 362 

BROWNING, JOHN GEORGE III, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Mangmnt., 
154,345 

BROWNLEE, BEVERLY GAYLE, 
Pelham, AL, Senior, Music, 145, 
134,140,155,322,323,362 

BRUCE, PATTI ANNECE, 
Louisville, MS, Sophomore, Elem 
Ed, 278,279 

BRUCE, ROBERT ALAN. 
Magnolia. AR. Junior. Bank and 
Fin. 310. 311 

BRUCHMAN. BARRY JOHN, 
Bartlett, TN, Junior, Civl. Eng., 
153,156 

BRUENING, NANCY EDWARDS, 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, Thry - 
Com., 155 

BRUNNER, JOSEPH ALAN, 
Natchez, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy., 298, 299 

BRUNSON, JOHN MAC JR., 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
298, 299, 362 

BRYANT, JULIA ANN, Lake 
Providence, LA, Sophomore, 
Elem Ed., 274, 275, 345 

BRYANT, LARRY PATRICK, 
Helena, AR, Junior, Medicine, 314, 
315 

BRYANT, SANDRA LYNN, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Dent. 
Hyg., 288, 289, 327 

BUCHANAN, CALVIN DOUGLAS, 
Okolona, MS, Senior, Pol. Sci., 
145.149 

BUCHANAN. EDGAR MARION. 
Indlanola, MS, Senior, Bank and 
Fin, 284. 285 

BUCHANAN. MARION KAY. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. 
Nursing. 278. 279 

BUCK. KENNETH CHARLES, 
Columbus, MS, Sophomore, Pol. 
Sci ,238, 345 

BUCY, LAURA NELL, Satillo, MS, 
Sophomore, Elem Ed , 215, 345 

BUEHL,DEENA LOUISE, 
Sophomore, Elem. Ed. , 290, 291 , 
345 

BUEHLER, ALBERT WILLIAM, 
Durham, NC, Sophomore, 
Mangmnt., 284, 2 

BUFFINGTON, CHARLES PHIL, 
Canton, MS, Senior, Insur., 200 

BUFORD. CATHERINE REGEL. 
Jackson. MS, Junior, CIth. Mer., 
280. 281 

BULLARD. JOHN WILLIAMS. 
Vicksburg. MS. Senior. Urban Ad.. 
216 

BULLARD. JUDITH ANNE. 
Pascagoula. MS. Senior. Marking . 
28P, 281 

BULLOCK. THOMAS KELTON JR , 
Seminary, MS, Phrm. -I, Pharmacy, 
223, 390 

BULSTERBAUM. ALLISON A., 
Sophomore, S Ed Egl , 142, 14, 
236, 266, 26, 243 

BUNTEN, JOHN RICHARD JR , 
Dallas, TX, Senior, Gen Bus., 296, 
297, 362 

BUNTING, JAMES ROBERTUS 
JR., Belzoni. MS. Senior, Pre- 
Accy, 140, 157 

BURCH, GAYLE ANNE. New 
Orleans, LA, Sophomore, Jour, 
and Adv., 220. 262, 263 

BURDOCK. GEORGE ALLEN. 
Grad III. Phrm Sci . 156 

BURGESS. EMILY ANNE. 
Jackson, MS. Sophomore. Biol 
Sci. 143. 215 

BURGESS. GUY BENTLEY. 
Houston. TX. Junior. Radio and 
TV. 308. 309. 346 

BURGESS, RICKY EDWARD, 
Corinth, MS, Senior, Mangmnt , 
215,377 

BURKE, GERALD HART, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Marking.. 
316.317 



BURKE. LOUISE ALLEN. Jackson. 
MS. Senior. Marking . 136. 146. 
290. 291 . 377 

BURKE. SUSAN EILEEN, Jackson. 
MS. Freshman. 215. 290. 291 

BURKES. GREGORY. Ridgeland. 
MS. Freshman. Gen. Bus . 212. 
327 

BURKHALTER. JEFF LEE. 
Newton. MS. Junior. Pre-Accy.. 
145.298.299.362 

BURKHART. DONNA CLAY. 
Lexington. KY. Junior. Zoology. 
210.22.323.322.325,362 

BURKLEY, PETER BURROUS, 
Grenda, MS, Freshman, Mus. 
Educ. 238 

BURNETT, MICHAEL WAYNE. 
Brandon, MS, Freshman, Insur , 
212 

BURNEY, CHERYL L., Columbus, 
MS, Senior, H , P.E and Rec, 244 

BURNS. DAVID MICHEEL. New 
Orleans, LA, Freshman, Medicine, 
272, 273 

BURNS, DORIS ANN. Pascagoula. 
MS, Sophomore, Gen. Bus . 145. 
143.286.287,346 

BURNS, TIMOTHY VERRET, New 
Orleans, LA, Junior, H., P.E. and 
Rec..272. 273, 346 

BURRELL, LARRY MCGEE, 
Greenwood, MS, Senior, Mus. 
Educ. 154. 238 

BUSBY. BONNIE FRANES. Ft. 
Lauderdale. FL. Sophomore. 
Painting. 263, 26 

BUSCHING, WILLIAM WRIGHT, 
Ridgeland, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus. 314. 31 

BUSH. REBECAH GAIL. Tupelo. 
MS, Junior, Jour and Adv., 184. 
208. 274. 275 

BUTLER, HAL BRADLEY, 
Sikeston, MO, Junior, Mangmnt., 
284. 285 

BUTLER. JAMES LANCE. Oxford, 
MS, Law I, Law, 296, 297 

BUTLER, LUCRETIA 
MCWHORTER, Oxford, MS, 
Freshman, Gen. Bus.. 304. 305, 
328 

BUTLER, ROBERT ABERNATHY, 
Oxford, MS, Senior, Elec Eng., 
152,153,377 

BUTLER, THOMAS NORMAN JR.. 
N Little Rock. AR. Freshman. Gen. 
Bus. 296. 297 

BUTLER. WILLIAM WYLIE. 
Oxford. MS, Junior, Civl. Eng., 156, 
362 

BUTSCHEK, MICHAEL, Law I, 
Law, 252 

BUTT, DAVID WARREN, McLean, 
VA, Senior, Gen. Eng., 149 

BUYS, MARK TALBOT. Vicksburg, 
MS. Senior. Bank and Fin., 151, 
377 

BYERS, BRENDA JEAN, Holly 
Springs, MS. Senior, Accy , 138, 
151 

BYRD, JOE HENRY JR., Port 
Gibson, MS. Law I, Law, 147, 292, 
29 

BYRUM, SUSAN, While House, 
TN, Freshman, 238, 328 



c 



CADY, JAMES DONALD JR., 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 314,315 

CAGLE, CARMEN VIRGINIA, 
Maben, MS, Sophomore, Bank and 
Fin, 274, 275,346 

CAIN, EMORY LANCE, 
Tallahassee, FL, Freshman, 
Mangmnt , 276, 27, 328 

CAIN, PAMELA KAY, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Bank and Fin , 1 57, 
278, 279, 362 

CALDWELL, DAVID MARK. 
Freshman, Marking , 316, 317 

CALDWELL, JAMES PATRICK, 
Tupelo, MS, Law II, Law, 136, 147. 
316.317 

CALDWELL. JANET PEARCE. 
Jackson. MS, Senior, Elem. Ed., 
280, 281 



CALDWELL, MARY CLAIRE, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, S Ed S S 
215,262,263,377 

CALL, ASHETON BAYARD, 
Bethlehem, PA, Freshman, Radio 
andTV, 238, 276, 2.328 

CALLAHAN. CYNTHIA LOREEN. 
Walnut Ridge, AR. Senior, Elem 
Ed . 236, 262. 263 

CALLOWAY, CLAUDIA ANN, 
Louisville, MS. Phrm -II. 
Pharmacy. 219 

CALMES, ALVIN S . Tupelo, MS, 
Sophomore, History, 238. 328 

CALMES. BRYANT WAYNE. 
Crawford. MS. Senior. Mangmnt.. 
238. 362 

CALMES. ZANTHIA ELAINE. 
Tupelo. MS. Sophomore. S. Ed S. 
S. 238. 2.346 

CALVASINA. GERALD EDWARD, 
University, MS, Grad III, Bus. 
Adm, 151 

CALVERT. BILLY RANDALL, 
Meridian, MS, Phrm.-lll, Pharmacy, 
223, 390 

CAMFERDAM, MARTHA ANN, 
Little Rock, AR. Senior, Elem. Ed., 
274, 275 

CAMP, ROBERT WILSON, 
Annandale, VA, Senior, Psyc , 252, 
272, 27 

CAMPBELL, JOE HAND JR , 
Clinton, MS, Senior, Chem , 140, 
148,145,31,315,377 

CAMPBELL, MICHAEL BERNARD, 
Greenville, MS, Senior, Bank and 
Fin , 272, 27. 377 

CAMPBELL. PAUL SAMUEL. 
Sophomore, Bank and Fin , 308, 
309 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM LEE JR., 
Natchez, MS, Junior, Radio and 
TV. 310. 311.362 

CAMPOCHIARO. DAVID A.. 
Memphis. TN, Junior. Radio and 
TV. 272. 273 

CANNADA, CHARLES THOMAS, 
Edwards, MS, Senior, Accy , 145, 
157,314,315 

CANNON, ANGELA RENEE, 
Germantown, TN. Senior. H . P E. 
and Rec . 322. 323. 377 

CANNON. JUDSON WILLIAMS, 
Memphis. TN. Freshman. Gen. 
Bus, 316. 3 

CANNON. LESLIE ANN. Junior. S 
Ed. S. S., 288. 289 

CANTRELL. LESLIE HOWARD. 
Covington. LA. Senior. Radio and 
TV, 312, 313 

CAPPS, KATHY JEAN, Brentwood, 
TN, Freshman, Home Ec , 21 5, 
304, 305, 328 

CAPWELL, MARY ELIZABETH, 
Selmer, TN, Sophomore, CIth 
Mer, 290, 291,346 

CARAWAY, MARK PRIESTLY, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, History, 140, 
296,297 

CARD, MARCAL DOUGLAS, 
Indlanola, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus. 312, 313 

CARDOSI. MORIE LEIGH. 
Memphis. TN, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy, 215. 328 

CARLETON, BETTY CLAIRE, 
Union, MS, Junior, Rec. Ldrs., 280, 
281 

CARLISLE, DONALD WILLIAM, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Gen Bus , 
314,315 

CARLISLE, KIMBERLY KAY. 
Germantown. TN. Junior. 
Marking . 230. 280. 281 . 346 

CARLISLE. MICHAEL WALLACE. 
Bogue Chitto. MS, Senior, Gen 
Bus, 300. 301 

CARMICHAEL. CHARLES E. JR.. 
Jackson. MS. Junior. Pol. Sci.. 
200.251.109.215.362 

CARNES. TROY MATTHEW. 
Brandon. MS, Sophomore. Accy.. 
296.297 

CARON. RICHARD AMEDEE. 
Meridian. MS. Junior. Biol Sci . 
272. 273. 346 

CARPENTER, ELIZABETH L., 
Meridian, MS, Senior, Elem. Ed., 
217.377 



CARPENTER. JO ANN. 
Greenwood. MS. Junior. Marktna 
304. 305 

CARPENTER. PAMELA GAY. 
Dunwoody. GA. Freshman, Adm 
Serv..266. 267. 328 

CARPENTER. PENNY RENEE, 
Dunwoody, GA, Freshman, Gen 
Bus , 290, 291 . 328 

CARPENTER. TIMOTHY LINN. 
Long Beach. MS. Junior. Urban 
Ad ,207. 210. 212. 2. 362 

CARR. JAMES QUENTIN II, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy , 300, 301 

CARR. PHILLIP ALAN. Water 
Valley. MS, Sophomore, Biol Sci 
217,346 

CARREL. JACK JAMES JR . 
Bogalusa. LA. Sophomore. 
Theatre. 145, 143. 205. 346 

CARROLL, JEANNE J . Jackson, 
MS, Senior, Gen. Bus . 304. 305 

CARROLL. JOHN EDWARD, 
Columbia, MS, Freshman, 
Pharmacy. 238. 328 

CARRUTHERS, CAGE BREWER, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, Gen. Bus. 
213 

CARRUTHERS. CAROL ROBBINS, 
Memphis. TN. Sophomore. Phys 
Tpy . 266, 267 

CARRUTHERS, TRACY. Memphis. 
TN. Sophomore, Lib Arts, 236 
274, 275 

CARSON, SAMMY PHILLIP, 
Aberdeen, MS, Sophomore. 
Pharmacy, 284, 285. 346 

CARSTENS, NEIL THOMAS, 
Cincinnati, OH, Unclass., 
Medicine, 148,394 

CARTER, DAVID MARSHALL, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Bank and 
Fin..272. 273. 362 

CARTER. JEANNE ELAINE. Biloxi, 
MS, Freshman, Sf>ch Tpy , 266, 
267 

CARTER, WILLIAM SANDERS, 
Marion. AR. Senior. Bank and Fin.. 
147.296.2 

CARTWRIGHT. DAVID GLEN. 
Metropolis. IL. Junior, Pre-Accy 
300, 301 , 362 

CARTY, JOSEPH STAFFLER, 
Wesson, MS, Senior, Publ. Adm., 
220,138,377 

CASCIO. JACQUELINE ANN. 
Greenville. MS. Sophomore. Phys. 
Tpy.. 266. 267, 346 

CASE. RICHARD LEE, Jackson, 
MS, Senior, Marking , 147, 276, 2 

CASTEEL, CATHY LEA, 
University, MS, Senior, H., P.E. 
and Rec. 108.102.103,278,27 

CATES, GLENDA F , West 
Memphis, AR, Senior, Chem. Eng., 
153 

CATES, PATRICIA WYNELLE, 
Atlanta, GA, Junior, Soc/S Wk , 
322, 323, 346 

CAULFIELD, MICHAEL DAMON, 
Greenville, MS, Senior, Civl. Eng., 
156 

CAUSEY, WYNDEL ELIZABETH, 
Pascagoula, MS, Freshman, S Ed. 
S S., 304, 30, 328 

CAUTHEN, CHARLES EDWARD 
JR., Ridgeland. MS, Senior, Accy., 
157 

CAUTHEN. EARL RODRICK. Lyon, 
MS, Junior, Bank and Fin., 314, 
315 

CAVES, TERRY LEONARD, 
Laurel, MS, Senior, Bank and Fin., 
210,316,31 

CECERRE, TERESA LYNN, Junior, 
Psyc , 290, 291 , 362 

CHAFFIN. JULIE EILEEN, 
Caruthersville, MO, Junior, Pol 
Sci , 262, 263, 377 

CHAIN, BARBARA LYNN, Oxford, 
MS, Junior, 280. 281 

CHALK, DAVID ALAN, Brandon, 
MS, Senior, Biol. Sci , 148, 154, 
238, 2, 377 

CHAMBERLAIN, ERIC EUGENE, 
Tupelo, MS, Junior, Accy , 198, 
272, 273 

CHAMBERS, ELIZABETH FAIR. 
Glenview. IL, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus. 278. 279 



420 — Index 



Crotwell 



CHAMBERS. JOHN WILLIAM JR.. 
University. MS. Senior. H , P E 
andRec, 145. 296, 297.377 

CHAMBERS. LINDA NELL, Pearl. 
MS. Junior. S Ed Mat . 238 

CHAMPION. JIMMY KEMP. Mark. 
MS, Freshman, Dntstry., 272, 2, 
328 

CHAMPION, JOHN WILLIAM, 
Oxford, MS, Freshman, Bank and 
Fin, 284, 285 

CHANCE, RICKEY LYNN, Newton. 
MS, Phrm -II, Pharmacy, 223, 390 

CHANEY, CARL JESSE, 
Vicksburg, MS, Freshman, Bank 
and Fin, 251, 328 

CHANEY, SUZANNE, Louisville. 
MS. Junior, Bus Ed , 100, 101, 18, 
278, 279 

CHAPMAN, KATHRYN ADKINS, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Urban Ad., 
236, 306, 307 

CHAPMAN, MARGARET 
ANNETTE, Metairle, LA, 
Freshman, Gen Bus., 286. 28. 328 

CHAPMAN. RALPH. Pinckneyville. 
IL, Sophomore. Gen Eng . 270. 2 

CHAPMAN, TERRI LEA, 
Hopkinsville, KY, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy, 145, 266, 267 

CHARLTON, WILLIAM 
ANDERSON, Pompano Beach. FL, 
Junior, Medicine, 148 

CHATHAM, CATHERINE ANN, 
Senatobia, MS, Sophomore, 
Journ, 212, 266,267,346 

CHEEK, HOWARD ROGERS, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Accy., 314, 
315.346 

CHERRY. CAMIELLA ANNE. 
Franklin. TN. Sophomore. 
Spanish, 288, 289 

CHESTNUT. DWIGHT BERNARD. 
Greenwood. MS. Senior. Elec. 
Eng. 238. 377 

CHEUNG. SHU KAN MATTHEW, 
Senior. Econ . 150. 151 

CHILDERS, TRAVIS WAYNE, 
Booneville. MS, Junior, Marking., 
220 

CHILDRESS, DAVID ARTHUR, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 
220.270.145,362 

CHIN. MONA. Webb. MS, Senior. 
Cn. Rptg..221 

CHISHOLM. CHARLES ANDREW. 
Jackson. MS. Junior. Gen. Bus , 
308,309,145 

CHRESTMAN, CYNTHIA HOPE. 
Clarksdale. MS. Senior. Bank and 
Fin, 306. 307 

CHRISTIAN, TERRY WAYNE, 
Dexter, MO, Freshman, 106 

CHRISTOPHER, TONY DOUGLAS, 
Columbus, MS, Freshman, 272, 
273, 328 

CIANCIOLA, JOSEPH C, 
Memphis. TN, Sophomore, Civl 
Eng. 270.27 

CIRILLI. GARY ANTHONY. 
Freshman. Medicine. 312. 313 

CIRLOT, ANITA JEANNIE, Moss 
Point, MS, Junior, Radio and TV, 
45, 304. 3. 362 

CLARK. ANGELA, Jackson, MS, 
Freshman, Jour., 280, 281 

CLARK, ANGELA GAIL, Maben. 
MS, Sophomore, Elem Ed , 200, 
238. 346. 328 

CLARK. CARLOS DEWAYNE. 
Somerville. TN. Freshman. 85. 91 

CLARK, CURTIS CLIFTON, 
Helena, AR, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus , 298, 299, 346 

CLARK, KELLY PAUL, Columbus, 
MS. Freshman, Jour and Adv , 
270, 27, 328 

CLARK, KENNETH RAY, 
Pascagoula, MS, Phrm. -Ill, 
Pharmacy, 223, 390 

CLARK, LISA GAIL, Louisville, MS, 
Freshman, Music, 290, 291 , 328 

CLARK, MELISSA MIGNON, 
Greenwood, MS, Senior, CIth 
Mer, 288, 289, 258, 362 

CLARK, ROSALYN, Senatobia, 
MS, Junior, Medicine, 143, 262, 2 

CLARK, WAYNE TEMPLETON, 
University, MS, Junior, Mangmnt , 
270. 271 



CLARKE. FRANK JAMISON. 
Riverside. IL. Junior. Gen Bus , 
312,313 

CLARKE, STUART HOLDEN. 
Jackson. MS. Junior, Bank and 
Fin ,145,314,315,362 

CLASGENS, BRADLEY JOSEPH. 
Germantown. TN, Senior, Jour 
andAdv, 238, 27,27, 377 

CLATWORTHY, MICHAEL 
GLENN, Marvell, AR, Sophomore, 
Pre-Accy . 272. 273. 328 

CLEMENT. JOSEPH ALLEN JR . 
Titton, GA, Sophomore, Pol Sci , 
316,317 

CLEMENTS, ANN BARKSDALE, 
Greenwood, MS, Senior, English, 
278. 279 

CLEMENTS. DAVID JONATHAN. 
Riverview. FL. Sophomore. Gen. 
Bus . 109 

CLEMENTS. EDWARD LEWIS JR , 
Lumberton, MS, Junior, Mangmnt , 
270,271 

CLEVELAND, KIMBERLY ANN, 
Junior, Math, 304, 305 

CLEVENGER, MELANIE LEA, 
Kennett, MO, Senior, Pre-Accy., 
238, 362 

CLICK, RICKY DOLAN, 
Winchester, TN, Junior, Bank and 
Fin .270. 271 

CLIFFT. CECILIA SHAWN, Bolivar, 
TN. Freshman. Elem. Ed.. 290. 
291 . 328 

CLINTON. ROBERT THOMAS. 
Lexington. KY. Grad III, Phrm Sci , 
302. 30 

CLUCK, CATHY ELAINE. Gideon. 
MO. Senior. Jour . 21 8. 220. 378 

COAKLEY. CONSTANCE 
SUZZANNE. Pascagoula. MS. 
Freshman. Crt Rptg . 286. 287, 
328 

COBB, DEBORAH CAROL, 
Lambert, MS. Sophomore. 278. 
279 

COBB. MICHAEL DERRELL, 
Booneville, MS, Sophomore, 215 

COBB, TY CHARLES, Brandon, 
MS, Sophomore, Mangmnt., 100, 
300,30,101,346 

COCHRANE, DEBORAH LYNN, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Mus. Educ, 
155,378 

COFFEY, CATHERINE L , 
Louisville. MS. Senior. Bank and 
Fin .149. 306. 30 

COFFEY. ROBERT R.. Jackson, 
MS, Senior, Insur , 45. 213. 316. 
317,378 

COFFIELD, PATRICIA COLLEEN, 
Ft. Walton Beach, FL. Freshman. 
Pol Sci. 238 

COFFMAN. KIMBERLY LYNN. 
Junior. Elem. Ed . 215. 306, 3 

COFIELD. GLENN WALTON, 
Oxford, MS, Freshman, Pre-Accy , 
284,28 

COFIELD, JOHN B., Oxford, MS, 
Junior, Urban Ad., 300, 301 

COGDELL, JERRY WAYNE, Horn 
Lake, MS. Grad III, Music, 238 

COGGINS. MICHAEL TUTOR, 
Tupelo, MS, Freshman, Civl. Eng., 
276, 2, 328 

COKER, DELIA MEADE, Yazoo 
City, MS, Freshman, Pre-Accy , 
280. 281 , 328 

COKER, KATHRYN STEELE, 
Yazoo City, MS, Junior, Bank and 
Fin ,215, 274, 275 

COKER, TAMMY LYNN, Memphis, 
TN, Freshman, Gen. Bus., 215, 328 

COLBERT, ANTHONY NEAL, 
Houston, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
282, 283. 346 

COLE. ALLISON ELAINE. Dallas. 
TX, Freshman. Comm. Dis . 215. 
290. 291 . 328 

COLE. ASHLEY. Jackson. MS, 
Senior, Elem Ed , 247, 286, 287 

COLE, CYNTHIA ANN, 
Birmingham, AL, Sophomore. Rec 
Ldrs. 142. 266.267.346 

COLE. DONALD RAY. Grad. Ill, 
Math, 152 

COLE, JAMES ALBERT, 
Waynesboro, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy ,316, 3 



City. MS, Senior, Soc./S. Wk., 304, 
15 



COLE. MARTHA LUCINDA, 
Freshman, 278, 279 

COLEMAN, JENNIFER, 
Greenwood, MS, Junior, Gen 
Bus , 280. 281 

COLEMAN. PETER SCOTT, 
Greenwood, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 316, 317 

COLEMAN, STEPHEN RALPH, 
Oxford, MS, Freshman, Elec Eng , 
300,30 

COLEMAN, STEVE HUNTER, 
Thaxton, MS. Senior. Civl Eng , 
300. 301 , 362 

COLLIE, SANDRA LOREE, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, Socio , 215 

COLLIER, ELIZABETH GAIL, 
Senior, S. Ed B. E., 149, 322, 242, 
323. 378 

COLLINS. ARLISSA NASH. 
Mobile, AL, Sophomore. Soc. 
Work, 278, 27 

COLLINS, CALVIN EUGENE, 
Yazoo City, MS, Senior, Biol. Sci., 
294,295,261,378 

COLLINS, CRAIG STEVEN, 
Gulfport, MS, Junior, English, 251 

COLLINS, JOHN JEROME, Biloxi, 
MS, Sophomore, Dntstry., 21 2 

COLLINS, KAREN ANN, Gulfport, 
MS, Junior, Elem. Ed., 243, 278, 
279 

COLLINS, KENNETH P , 
Greenwood, MS. Phrm. -I, 
Pharmacy, 314,315 

COLLINS, LINDA SUSAN, 
Gulfport, MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus,215, 278, 279 

COLLINS, MARY ANGELA, Laurel, 
MS, Freshman, Art, 278, 279. 328 

COLLINS, PAMELA FAYE, Yazoo 

Cit 

301 

COLLINS. RAY GRAHAM. New 
Albany, MS, Junior, Bank and Fin , 
270, 271 

COLLUM, ALINE ELIZABETH, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, 278, 279 

COLLUM, BILLYE JEAN, 
Sophomore, Pre-Accy., 288, 289 

COLLUM, CHARLOTTE ANN, 
Fulton, MS, Freshman. Pre-Accy.. 
288, 289. 328 

COLLUMS. RHONDA FAYE. 
Calhoun City, MS, Sophomore, H , 
P.E and Rec, 215, 346 

COLMER, MARY RUTH, 
Pascagoula, MS, Senior, Soc / 
Anth,288,289,328 

COMMANDER, KERRY W , Lyon, 
MS, Senior, Physics, 140, 152 

CONERLY, ALBERT WALLACE 
JR., Jackson. MS. Freshman. 
Dntstry . 300. 301 . 328 

CONERLY. CECIL LLOYD, 
Jackson. MS, Senior, Rec. Ldrs., 
83 

CONNELL, EDNA SYKES, 
Clarksdale. MS. Freshman. Elem. 
Ed. 215. 278. 279 

CONNER. DONNA FAYE. 
Greenville, MS, Sophomore, 
Corrctns., 246, 346 

CONNICK, EUGENE EDWARD JR., 
Venice, FL, Junior, Chem. Eng., 
298, 299 

CONWAY, JAMIE ANN, Ft. 
Lauderdale, FL, Junior, Pol. Sci . 
227. 322. 323 

COOGLER. RICHARD BRIAN. 
Stanford, CT, Sophomore, Phys 
Tpy , 298, 299, 346 

COOK, ANTHONY BRIAN, Ocean 
Springs, MS, Phrm. -II, Pharmacy, 
223, 390 

COOK, CAROLINE PACE, 
Sophomore, Gen. Bus., 215, 346 

COOK. FREIDRICH CORNELIUS. 
Sophomore. 302. 303 

COOK. GINGER. Greenwood. MS, 
Sophomore, Nursing, 304, 305 

COOK, JAMES JOSEPH, Oxford, 
MS, Senior, Biol. Sci., 140, 145, 
148,293,292,378 

COOK, JAMES SKILLERN, New 
Orleans, LA, Senior, Pre-Accy.. 
261 , 270, 27 

COOK, JOHN WAGAR, Jackson, 
MS. Junior, English, 314, 315 



COOK, SUSAN ANNETTE, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Freshman, Elem 
Ed , 290, 2§, 328 

COOKE, JACK WHEET JR , 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, 
Marking ,205, 29, 215, 297 

COOLEY, JAMES KEITH, Oxford, 
MS, Phrm -I, Pharmacy, 223, 390 

COOLIDGE, SHERRI L , Walls, MS. 
Freshman. Elem Ed . 288. 289 

COOPER. DANNY RAY, Indianola, 
MS, Senior, Pol Sci , 284, 285 

COOPER, MARTHA QUINN, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Socio , 
290, 291 

COOPER, MICHAEL EARL, 
Canton, MS, Senior, Urban Ad.. 
308. 309 

COPELAND. STEWART DARREL. 
Batesville. MS, Senior, Marking . 
151 

COQUAT. ZANE DEE. Prentiss, 
MS, Senior, S Ed. S S , 212, 378 

CORBAN, ELEANOR LEE, Biloxi, 
MS, Sophomore, 215, 280, 281 

CORBAN, STEPHEN MONROE, 
Oxford, MS, Law II, Law, 151 

COREY, JANET LYNNE, Meridian, 
MS, Junior, Bank and Fin , 215, 
362 

CORK, STEVEN EUGENE, 
Aberdeen, MS, Law I, Law, 284, 
285 

CORKERN. ROBERTS.. 
Hernando. MS. Sophomore. 
Medicine. 143 

CORLEW. DONALD JOSEPH. 
Natchez. MS, Freshman, Bank and 
Fin , 298, 29, 328 

CORLEY, ELINOR LEIGH, Moss 
Point, MS, Freshman, Jour and 
Adv , 288, 289, 328 

CORR, ANGELA, Sardis, MS, 
Junior, Pharmacy, 278, 279, 346 

CORSO, MICHAEL CRUSE, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Marking., 
136, 147, 296, 195, 20, 212, 215, 2, 
362 

CORSO. THOMAS STEVEN, 
Clarksdale, MS, Freshman, Elec. 
Eng. 215. 296 

CORWIN. DARI SUSANNE, 
Franklin, TN, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy , 202, 346 

CORWIN, GABRIELLE DENISE, 
Franklin, TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus., 304, 305, 328 

COSBY, JOHN ROBERT, Severna 
Park, MD, Freshman, Gen. Eng., 
276,2,328 

COSNAHAN, HENDERSON WATT, 
Summit, MS, Sophomore. Mech. 
Eng. 21 2. 31 2. 313 

COSSAR. GEORGE PAYNE III. 
Charleston. MS. Freshman. Gen. 
Bus. 212. 316, 31 

COSTNER, SHAWN GORDON. 
Etta. MS. Senior. Civl. Eng.. 153, 
156,252,378 

COTE, ANDREW FUENTE, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Biol Sci , 
318,319,362 

GOTTEN, LANT WEEKS. 
Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore, 
Gen. Eng, 284, 285, 328 

COTTER, JUDITH LYNN, 
Savannah, TN, Junior, Mangmnt., 
247, 26, 2, 346 

COUCH, CANDACE MARIE, 
Senior, Crl Rptg., 262, 26 

COUNCE, MICHAEL NOLEN. 
Corinth. MS. Junior, Pre-Accy., 
212,316,3,362 

COUSAR. BILLY JAMES, Blue 
Mountain, MS, Senior, Accy., 220, 
362 

COVINGTON, EDWARD G. Ill, 
Summit, MS. Junior, Gen. Bus., 
314.315.362 

COVINGTON, JOHN N. Ill, 
Coffeeville, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
312,313 

COWART, SHEILA BETH, Summit, 
MS, Freshman, CIth. Mer , 286, 28 

COX, FRANK WILLIS, Wiggins, 
MS, Sophomore, Chem Eng , 145, 
346 

COX, GARY WAYNE, Memphis, 
TN, Freshman, 316, 317 

COX, JAMES OLIVER IV, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Gen. Bus , 212, 308, 30 



COX, JOHN LOWREY. Jackson, 
MS, Sophomore, Psyc , 145, 296, 
2,346 

COX, MARILYN GAY, Ocean 
Springs, MS, Junior, Biol Sci , 
306, 258, 307, 362 

COX, RICHARD BARRY, Hazard, 
KY, Freshman, Gen Bus, 312. 313 

COX, WILLIAM LLOYD JR , 
Jackson, MS, Freshman. Pre- 
Accy , 276. 27. 329 

CRAIG. ALLISON N. Jackson. MS, 
Junior, English. 288. 289 

GRAIN. JAMIE YVONNE. Myrtle. 
MS. Freshman. Accy , 266, 267. 
329 

GRAIN, WILLIAM BRUCE, 
Columbia, MS, Sophomore, Urban 
Ad, 212, 346 

CRASTO, DAVID WALTON, 
Brookhaven, MS, Junior. 
Medicine, 314, 315 

CRAVEN, KIFFIN ROCKWELL JR., 
Grenada, MS, Phrm -III, Pharmacy, 
155,390 

CRAVENS, MICHAEL JOHN, 
Louisville, MS, Freshman, Comp. 
Sci, 154, 329 

CRAWFORD, BRUCE KENDALL, 
Freshman, Comp Sci ,316, 317 

CRAWFORD, DAWN KIMBERLY, 
Oxford, MS, Senior, Bank and Fin., 
278, 279 

CRAWFORD, DEBORAH MARTIN, 
Lafayette, LA, Grad I, Audiolgy , 
140,280,281 

CRAWFORD, ROBIN ANTHONY, 
Pearl, MS, Freshman. Mus. Educ, 
154.238 

CRAWFORD, VAUGHN KURT. 
Batesville. MS. Freshman, 
Medicine, 270, 271 

CRAWFORD, WENDY LYNNE. 
Lexington, KY, Freshman, 290. 
291 

CRAWLEY, SARAH ELIZABETH, 
Freshman, Urban Ad., 266, 267, 
329 

CREEKMORE, ANN ASHLEY, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, H.E.-lntr., 
215,266,26,329 

CRELLIN, CAROL JUNE, Jackson, 
MS, Senior, German, 140 

CRENSHAW, FRANCES GATES, 
Michigan City, MS, Freshman, 
French, 200, 212, 274, 215, 227. 
275 

CRENSHAW, JAMES BRYAN, 
Crenshaw, MS, Junior, Marking., 
312,313 

CRENSHAW, KIMBERLY, 
Humboldt, TN, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus.,215, 280, 281 

CRENSHAW, WALTER RAY III, 
Michigan City, MS, Junior, Gen. 
Bus.,i5l2, 313 

CREWS, MARY LYNN, Oxford, 
MS, Junior, Pol. Sci, 215, 288, 
289, 363 

CRIM, WILLIAM JR., Jackson, MS, 
Junior, Pre-Accy, 314, 315, 363 

CRISLER, ROBERT BLANTON III, 
Flora, MS, Freshman, Gen. Bus., 
308, 30, 329 

CRISS, ERIK LEONARD, 
Englewood, CO, Freshman, 31 2, 
313 

CRITCHLOW, AMY CAROL, 
Freshman, 274, 279, 329 

CRITCHLOW, JULIE GUNN, Union 
City, TN, Junior, Accy., 274, 275 

CRITES, KENNETH KEENAN. 
Clinton. MS. Sophomore. 
Mangmnt.. 314.315 

CROMARTIE. CAROLINE DREW. 
Rome. GA. Sophomore. Chem. 
Eng.. 143. 145. 20, 266, 267, 346 

CROMWELL, WILLIAM 
CAMPBELL, Lafayette, LA, 
Freshman, Medicine, 200. 300. 301 

CRONE. ROBERT ANDREW. 
Memphis. TN. Junior. Medicine, 
145.316.317 

CROSBY. MICKEY EUGENE, 
Mendenhall, MS. Senior, Biol. Sci., 
284,285 

CROSLAND, EMMET CRAIG, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Dntstry , 272, 
273, 346 

CROTWELL, DANNY L., Jackson, 
MS, Senior, Comp. Sci., 145 



Index — 421 



Crow 



CROW, CYNTHIA BELLE, 
Hunlsvllle, AL. Sophomore, Art, 
278. 279. 346 

CROWDER. LAUREE DIANE, 
Freshman, Phys Tpy , 238, 329 

CRUMBLEY, J GREGORY, 
Enterprise, MS, Phrm -I, 
Pharmacy, 223, 390 

CRUMPTON, DANIEL F III, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Marking , 
296, 297, 363 

CRUMPTON, MARK BOLLING, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 296, 297 

CRUTCHER, PAUL WILLIAMS. 
Holly Springs, MS, Freshman. 
BankandFin.229, 312. 313 

CRUTCHER, SALLY EILAND, 
Cleveland, MS, Sophomore, 5, 
274, 275, 346 

CRYSTAL, PAULA KAY, 
Ridgeland, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 290, 291 

CUELLAR, IMELDA 
CONCEPCION, Petal, MS, Phrm - 
II, Pharmacy, 223, 230, 390 

CULBERSON, DEBRA G , Senior, 
Music, 155, 378 

CULLUM, CHRIS, Macon, MS, 
Junior, Pharmacy, 276, 277 

CUMMINGS, DAVID MERRIL, 
Yazoo City, MS, Sophomore, 
Accy , 145. 316, 31 

CUMMINGS. FRANK EDWARD, 
Sophomore, Art, 272, 27, 346 

CUNNINGHAM, DAVID L , 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Gen 
Bus , 284, 28, 329 

CUNNINGHAM, HOWARD 
PUTNAM, Caruthersville, MO. 
Junior. Geology. 314. 315 

CUNNINGHAM, SCOTT LEWIS, 
Shreveporl, LA, Sophomore, 292, 
293 

CUNNINGHAM. WILSON KEENE, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Gen Bus , 
312,313 

CURCI, ANGELA MARISA. 
Lexington, KY, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 290, 291 

CURLEE, JAMES FRANKLIN, 
Aberdeen, MS, Senior, Urban Ad , 
316,317 

CURRIE, CATHERINE 
CRENSHAW, Freshman, 290, 291 

CURRIE, ROBERT RODES. 
Atlanta, GA, Freshman, 312, 313 

CURTIS, DAVID KENNON, 
Brandon, MS, Phrm -II, Pharmacy, 
223 

CURTIS, GUY STEVEN, Gulfport, 
MS, Sophomore, Phys Ed , 106, 
347 

CURTIS, PATRICIA NELL, Olive 
Branch, MS, Unclass , Accy -Pro , 
157 

CURTIS, REX EVERETT, 
Cincinnati, OH, Junior, Marking , 
272,273 

CUTLER, ELIZABETH AGER, 
Grenada, MS, Freshman, S Ed 
Egl, 280, 281,329 

CUTTS, TERESA FAY, Cleveland, 
MS, Junior, Psyc , 262, 263, 363 



D 



DABBS, TRACEY VALYNN, 
Indianola, MS, Freshman, 212, 
266, 26, 238, 329 

DAGGETT, WILLIAM A III, 
Pascagoula, MS, Junior, Chem , 
148 

DAILEY, KATHRYN GLENDA, New 
Albany, MS, Senior, V Hm Ec , 
155,363 

DAILEY, RITASIKES, Charleston, 
MS, Junior, Rec Ldrs,99, 108, 
347 

DALE, PHYLLIS ALBERTHA, 
Prentiss, MS, Senior, Zoology, 
138,146, 148,258,278,279 

DALEY, KAYHRYN GRACE. 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Comp 
Sci ,249 

DALLOSTA, DANA ANN, 
Millington, TN, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy , 266, 267 



DALLRIVA, MARY FRANCES, 
Greenville, MS, Junior, Gen Bus , 
306, 307 

DALRYMPLE, KATHY LYNNE, 
Batesville. MS, Junior, Elem Ed , 
304, 305 

DAL TON, BETHANY SUE, Oxford, 
MS, Freshman, Pre-Accy , 215, 
288, 289, 329 

DALTON, SARA JOHN MARY, 
Elmhurst, IL, Senior, Gen Bus , 47, 
183,274,275,363 

DAME, DONNA GRACE, 
Columbia, TN, Sophomore, 274, 
275, 347 

DANDURAND, JEFF JAMES, 
Merrillville, IN, Freshman. Pre- 
Accy . 298, 299, 329 

DANIEL, MARY LESLIE, Memphis, 
TN, Senior, Rec Ldrs , 304, 305. 
378 

DANIEL, WILLIAM CHARLES, 
Brandon, MS, Senior, English, 145 

DANKS, LORI ANN, Jackson, MS, 
Sophomore, 304, 305 

DARNELL. DEBORAH KAY. Glen 
Allan. MS. Junior. Soc /S. Wk., 
266, 267, 363 

DASCHKA, MICHELLE MARIE, 
Chester, IL, Senior, Comm Dis , 
154,286,287,363 

DASKALOS, JOHN BLAIR, Senior, 
Elec Eng , 149, 153, 282, 283, 378 

DAUGHERTY, BENJAMIN G III, 
Sikeston, MO, Senior, Bank and 
Fin , 298, 299, 378 

DAUGHERTY, DAVID LEE, 
Tupelo, MS, Junior, Biol Sci , 148, 
282, 283, 363 

DAVENPORT, DONALD RAY, 
Cedar Bluff, MS, Sophomore, Civl 
Eng , 294, 295, 347 

DAVENPORT, MARGARET K., 
Vicksburg, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 290, 291 

DAVIDSON, FRILEY SPRUILL, 
Cleveland. MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus , 215, 227, 284, 285, 399, 347 

DAVIDSON, JOHN STACY, 
Cleveland, MS, Junior, Gen Bus . 
284,285 

DAVIS, AMY JILL, Braggadocio, 
MO, Senior, Bus. Ed , 157, 322, 
323, 378 

DAVIS, ARTHUR GERALD JR , 
Southaven, MS, Sophomore, Pro- 
Accy, 200.329 

DAVIS, BRENDA DALE. 
Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore, Crt 
Rptg, 154, 329,347 

DAVIS, BRENDA LYNNE, Ocean 
Springs, MS, Freshman, Comp 
Sci , 238, 288, 289 

DAVIS, BRIAN LEE. Oxford, MS. 
Junior, History, 145 

DAVIS, CYNTHIA JAN, Bruce, MS, 
Senior, Mus Educ , 154, 238, 363 

DAVIS, DEANNA HELEN, Bruce, 
MS, Senior, Music, 155, 306, 3 

DAVIS, ELIZABETH DIANNE, 
Batesville, MS, Phrm -III, 
Pharmacy, 156 

DAVIS, JOHN CLEVELAND, 
Booneville, MS, Phrm -III, 
Pharmacy, 223, 390 

DAVIS, JOHN FRANK, Jackson, 
MS, Senior, Law Ento , 272 

DAVIS, KIMBERLY DIANE, 
Nashville. TN, Junior, Jour., 288, 
289 

DAVIS, LESLIE CHANDLER, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Elem Ed., 
290,291 

DAVIS, LOU ELLEN, Meridian, MS, 
Senior, S Ed Art. 280, 281 

DAVIS, MARK STEPHEN, Bruce, 
MS. Junior. Music. 238 

DAVIS. NANCY MAE, Tupelo, MS, 
Phrm -I, Pharmacy, 140, 274, 275 

DAVIS, PATRICIA DIANNE, 
Pollard, AR, Freshman, Gen Bus , 
215,329 

DAVIS, POLLY KNOWLTON, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 274, 275 

DAVIS, ROBERT ROTHE, Clinton, 
MS, Freshman, Chem Eng.. 282. 
283 

DAVIS, RUSSELL LEE, Meridian, 
MS, Junior, Gen Bus, 113 



DAVIS, SUSAN COLBERT, 
Corinth, MS, Junior, Art, 306, 307 

DAVIS, WILLIAM GIL, Louisville, 
MS, Freshman, Medicine, 284, 285 

DAVIS, WILLIAM RAINEY, 
Freshman, Radio and TV, 31 6, 31 

DAWKINS, MARK FRANKLIN, 
Collierville, TN, Sophomore, Law 
Enfo.,216 

DAWKINS, MARY CONELIA, Olive 
Branch, MS, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin., 304, 305 

DAWSON, CYNTHIA ANN, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, H E -Intr., 
210,215,236,288.289,363 

DAWSON, WAYNE ALEXANDER 
JR.. Junior. Gen. Bus , 251 , 363 

DAY, DIANA L., Jackson, MS, 
Senior, Radio and TV, 278, 279 

DAY, JOHN LOVEWELL, Jackson, 
MS, Sophomore, Gen. Bus., 308, 
309 

DAY, KATHERINE SHELTON, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy , 288, 289, 329 

DAY, STEVEN HENRY, Freshman, 
Pharmacy, 312, 31 

DEAL. ROY WHIT, Picayune, MS. 
Junior, Medicine. 148. 363 

DEAN. ROBERT WESSON JR., 
Sledge, MS, Sophomore, Civl. 
Eng. 270, 271,347 

DEAN, THOMAS MURRAY, 
Millington, TN, Senior. History, 
149, 378 

DEAS, MICHAEL WAYNE, 
Gulfport, MS, Senior. Elec Eng , 
153,378 

DEATON, CHARLES WILLIAM JR., 
Booneville, MS, Senior, Biol. Sci., 
148 

DEAVOURS, MARGARET NEAL, 
Laurel, MS, Freshman, Spcl Ed , 

278. 27 

DEBARDELEBEN. SUZANNE, 
Holly Springs, MS. Senior. Soc /S 
Wk. 280, 281.378 

DEBORD. GIGI RENEE, Oxford, 
MS. Sophomore, Soc /S Wk , 286, 
28,347 

DECOTA, WILLIAM ROYAL, 
Keyport, NJ, Senior, Bank and 
Fin, 31 0,311,378 

DECOURSEY, KENNETH ALLEN. 
Oxford, MS, Senior, Mech Eng., 
145,148, 153,378 

DEDEAUX, WALDON 
ALEXANDER, Pass Christian, MS, 
Senior, Law Enfo., 149, 378 

DEDMAN, WILLIAM BAINE M., 
Nashville, TN, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus, 312, 313 

DEEB, HANI MOHAMMAD, Junior, 
Civl. Eng, 156, 363 

DEEN. MERRY LEIGH, Meridian, 
MS, Freshman, Comm. Dis., 278, 

279, 329 

DELAQUIS, RICHARD SERGE, 
Peterson, NJ, Senior, Comp Sci., 
149,253 

DELASHMET, JOHN INGRAM JR , 
Clinton, MS, Senior, Urban Ad., 
120, 124, 145, 147, 196. 314, 315, 
379 

DEMENT, SUSAN LYNN, Sikeston. 
MO, Senior, Elem. Ed., 124, 138, 
146.200.290,291,378 

DENLEY, LISA DIANNE, Bruce, 
MS, Junior, Jour., 145, 363 

DENNARD, PAULA LEA, Nashville, 
TN, Freshman. Publ. Adm , 215, 
290, 291 

DENNEY, WILLIAM DAVID, Milan, 
TN, Freshman, Biol Sci , 284, 285 

DENNIE, DEENA SUE, Memphis, 
TN, Freshman, Gen Bus , 266, 267 

DENNY, SALLY JOHNSEY, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Elem. 
Ed, 183 

DENTON, FELICIA KIM, Natchez. 
MS, Junior, Marktng.. 146, 262. 
263. 363 

DENTON, JACK ALEXANDER, 
Tupelo. MS. Grad. I, Bus Adm , 
296, 297, 395 

DENTON, JIM GARRETT, Oxford, 
MS, Grad I, Bus Adm , 296, 297, 
395 

DENTON, LYNDA DANNE, 
Natchez, MS, Sophomore, Design, 
262, 263 



DENTON, WILLIAM BOYETTE, 
Bolivar, TN, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 316, 3 

DERIVAUX. ROBERT PRESTON, 
Vicksburg, MS, Junior, Insur , 213, 
314,315 

DESHONG, JUDITH LYNN, 
Tupelo, MS, Senior, Rec Ldrs,. 
146,208,304,3 

DESPORTE. RICHARD JOSEPH. 
Biloxi. MS. Senior. Bank and Fin., 
308, 309 

DETURK, KENNETH WAYNE, 
Winona Lake, IN, Phrm. -II, 
Pharmacy, 195, 223, 282, 2 

DEVOE, RICHARD LEE, Oxford. 
MS, Freshman, Pre-Accy , 312, 
313 

DI-BENEDETTO, LISA MARIA, Bay 
St. Louis. MS, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin . 322, 323 

DICKERSON, CONNIE RENEE. 
Greenville, MS, Senior, S Ed. Sci., 
306, 307 

DICKSON, ANGELA DENISE, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Medicine, 
143,145,306.307 

DIEBOLD. SANDRA JEAN. 
Southaven. MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 249 

DIFFEE, BRENDA LOU, Memphis, 
TN, Freshman, Pre-Accy , 304. 305 

DILLEY. JOHN EDWARD. Oxford. 
MS. Senior. Elec Eng.. 145. 153 

DIRMEYER. ANDREW CARTER. 
Memphis. TN, Freshman, 
Medicine, 238, 276, 2 

DITSWORTH, DALE MICHAEL, 
Pascagoula, MS, Freshman, Bank 
and Fin , 270, 271 

DIVINE, JACQUELINE MARIE, 
Cardova, TN, Freshman, Gen 
Bus. 274, 275 

DIXON. BARRY DARR, Water 
Valley, MS, Junior, Gen Bus , 270, 
271,563 

DIXON, DEANNE, Brownsville, TN, 
Freshman, Pharmacy, 290, 291 

DIXON, JANET LYNN, Greenville, 
MS, Junior, Urban Ad., 262, 2 

DOCKERY, CLAY PATRICK, 
Ocean Springs, MS, Freshman. 
Mangmnt., 298, 299 

DOCKERY, JOHN SCOTT, Ocean 
Spririgs, MS. Sophomore. Radio 
and TV. 298. 299 

DODD, JOHN EDWIN, Jackson, 
MS, Senior, Chem , 140, 145, 148, 
379 

DODD, JOHN PALMER, Atlanta, 
GA. Freshman. Ba. Econ . 298. 29 

OOGGETT. FRANCES MAJOR. 
Lookout Mountain. TN. 
Sophomore. Elem Ed . 304. 305 

DOLAN, KATHY LYN, Pine Bluff, 
AR, Junior, Frsc. Sci., 238, 363 

DOLLOFF, MILDRED LISA. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. CIth 
Mer. 250. 238, 347 

DONAHOE. ERIC HARDY. Crystal 
Springs, MS. Senior, Bank and 
Fin, 125, 147,298,299,379 

DONALD, CYNTHIA PAULINE, 
Tupelo, MS, Senior, Gen. Bus., 
200, 262, 263, 379 

DONALD, NOEL HENRY, 
Greenville, MS, Senior, Accy , 150 

DONNELL, SHEILA ANN. 
Mendenhall. MS. Senior. Marktng , 
208,215,288,289,379 

DONNELLY, MARY LAWRENCE, 
Beaumont, TX, Senior, Mus 
Educ , 125, 138, 155, 236, 274, 275 

DONOHO, ARTHUR WILLIAM, Mt 
Vernon, IL, Junior, Bank and Fin , 
302, 303 

DONOSKY, DAVID STEPHEN, 
Dallas, TX, Sophomore, Marktng , 
284, 285 

DOORENBOS, DAVID ISAMU. 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 143, 148, 347 

DORGAN, SHARON MARIE. 
Freshman, Inst. Mgt , 280, 281 

DORGAN, TRICIA ANN, Montrose, 
AL, Senior, Marktng , 280, 281 

DORROH, SHARLA JEAN, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Elem Ed , 
181,306,307,243,363 

DOSTER, GARY LEE. Sikeston. 
MO. Freshman. Pre-Accy . 272. 27 



DOTY, CHARLES RAY. Senatobia, 
MS. Sophomore. Gen Bus . 312. 
313 

DOTY. PATRICIA ANNE. Memphit. 
TN. Senior. Mus Educ , 238. 379 

DOUGHERTY. PATRICK LOYD. 
Pontotoc. MS. Junior. Law Enfo., 
149,154,363 

DOUGLAS, OSCAR ANTHONY, 
Holly Springs, MS, Sophomore, 
City Mgt , 268, 269 

DOUGLAS, WILLIAM CHANDLER, 
Germantown, TN, Freshman, Bank 
and Fin ,284 

DOWDLE, JOHN OLIVER, Canton. 
MS, Junior, Bank and Fin , 45, SO, 
147, 205, 21 5, 225, 399, 284, 285. 
363 

DOWELL. CECIL WALTER JR , 
Arlington, TN, Freshman, 91 

DOWNS. KENNETH EARL, 
Carrollton, MS, Sophomore, Urban 
Ad, 216 

DOXEY, HELENE ELIZABETH, 
Holly Springs, MS, Junior, Elem 
Ed., 280, 281 

DOYLE, VICKI LYNN, Hazlehurst. 
MS, Freshman, Nursing, 304, 305 

DRAKE, LEE BURGESS, 
Batesville, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 270, 2 

DRAKE, MARK WOODWARD, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus .308, 30 

DRANE, CYNTHIA KAY, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Marktng , 306, 307, 
347 

DREWERY, KAREN LYNN, 
Ashland, MS, Junior, Marktng., 
245. 248, 363 

DREWRY, MARY JANET, 
Lakeland, FL, Senior, Elem Ed.. 
236, 306. 307 

DRIFTMIER. JOHN FREDERICK, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Bank and 
Fin., 284, 285 

DRIVER, ROBERT GILBERT, Olive 
Branch, MS, Sophomore, History, 
310.311,347 

DRUMMOND, ANGELA 
LORRAINE, Tupelo, MS. 
Sophomore. Law Enfo , 262, 263, 
347 

DRURY, JULIE ANN, Memphis, 
TN, Junior, History, 145, 322, 323 

DUCK, DAVID LYNN, Greenwood, 
MS, Sophomore, Elec Eng , 145, 
23 

DUCLOS, DANNE MARIE, 
Vicksburg, MS, Freshman, 
Mrktng., 304. 30 

DUCOTE. MARTIN PAUL. 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
270, 271 

DUFF, CLAIRE BESS, Pontotoc. 
MS, Senior, Design, 125, 13, 139, 
145,280,281 

DUFFEY, CHARLES PETER, 
Nashville, TN, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus, 300, 301 

DUGAN, MICHAEL XAVIER, 
Baltimore, MD, Freshman, 
Marktng , 272. 273 

DUKE, MARION ELIZABETH, 
Isola, MS, Freshman, HE. -Intr., 
304,305 

OUNAGIN, CHARLES MARTIN 
JR , McComb, MS, Sophomore, 
Pre-Accy , 142, 145, 261 , 298, 299 

DUNAGIN, KATHLEEN, McComb, 
MS, Senior, Jour , 125, 229, 306, 
307 

DUNAVANT, AMY JO, Pulaski, TN. 
Junior, CIth Mer , 242, 322, 323, 
363 

DUNBAR, THADDEUS P , 
Alexandria, VA, Sophomore, 
Chem , 272, 27, 347 

DUNCAN, DEBORAH KAYE, 
Southaven, MS, Freshman, Bank 
and Fin, 266, 267 

DUNCAN, MARK SHELDON, 
Philadelphia, MS, Junior, Bank 
and Fin , 300, 301 

DUNCAN, PAULA LYNNE, 
Freshman, Medicine. 215 

DUNCAN. SAMUEL JAMES. 
Pickens. MS. Senior. H , P E and 
Rec ,83, 379 

DUNCAN, VALARIE DALPHINE, 
Philadelphia, MS, Sophomore, 
Gen Bus ,290, 29 



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DUPUY, JAMIE COOPER. 
VIcksburg, MS, Sophomore, H E- 
Intr, 143,145,247,280,281,347 

DURANT, MARY JACQUELINE, 
Russellvllle, AL, Sophomore, CIth. 
Mer, 304, 305, 347 

DURANT, WILLIAM CRANOALL, 
Russellvllle, AL, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus, 272. 273 

DUVALL, MARCIA SUE, Silver 
Springs, MO, Senior, Marking., 
322, 323 

DYE, SYLVIA JUNE, Pontotoc, MS, 
Senior, English, 140, 379 

DYESS, RAYMOND RANDALL, 
Pearl, MS, Freshman, Medicine, 
107 

DYKES, DAVID H., Richton, MS, 
Phrm.-ll. Pharmacy. 223 



E 



EADS. SUSYN KAY. Kosciusko. 
MS, Junior, Inst. Mgt , 216 

EARHART, LYNNE ANNE, Tucker, 
AR, Senior, Home Ec , 274, 275 

EARNEST, BEVERLY GAYLE, 
Southaven. MS. Junior, Elem. Ed.. 
286. 287. 363 

EARNEST. STEPHEN LEE. 
Sophomore. Pre-Accy., 5, 284, 
285,347 

EARP, POLLY ANN, Jackson, MS, 
Sophomore, Dent. Hyg., 278, 27 

EARWOOD, DAVID CLARK, 
Tupelo, MS, Senior, Accy , 157 

EARWOOD, LINDA DIANE 
LOWRY, Oxford, MS, Junior, Elem 
Ed., 304, 305 

EARWOOD, PHILIP EDWARD, 
Tupelo, MS, Freshman, Gen Bus., 
284,2 

EASTBURN, PATRICIA MERREN, 
Mobile, AL, Sophomore, Med 
Tech.,108, 102, 103 

EATMAN, MARK TAYLOR, 
Meridian, MS, Senior, Law Enfo , 
298, 299 

EATON, HELEN GREY, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, 274, 27 

EBLE, KIMBERLEE ANN, 
Pascagoula, MS, Junior, Marking , 
157,262,263,258,363 

ECHOLS, KENNETH EDWARD, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Econ., 
316,3 

EDERER, ELIZABETH ANN, 
Ocean Springs, MS, Senior, Urban 
Ad, 138, 208,288, 289, 379 

EDGELL, SCOTT JEFFERY, 
Senatobia, MS, Junior, Mus. 
Educ, 238 

EDLIN, CALVIN DWAIN JR., 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore. 308, 
309, 348 

EDMONDS, MELINDA JAN, 
Holyoke, MA, Senior, Marking , 
266, 267, 379 

EDRINGTON, DAVID CLAY, 
Osceola, AR, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 314,315 

EDWARDS, CARL R., Clarksdale, 
MS, Senior, Biol Sci , 154, 238 

EDWARDS, JAMES DAVID III, 
Jackson, MS, Law I, Law, 308, 309 

EDWARDS, JERRY FRANK JR , 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin, 312, 3l5 

EDWARDS, ORRIN WENDELL, 
Kosciusko, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 
142,145,212,251,314,315 

EDWARDS, PATRICIA ANN, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Elem. Ed., 
286, 287 

EDWARDS, PAUL FREDERICK, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman. History, 
314 

EDWARDS, ROBERT WALLACE, 
Tunica, MS, Freshman, Med 
Tech , 300, 3 

EDWARDS, SHANNON TERRY, 
Batesville, MS, Senior, Theatre, 
302, 303 

EICHELBERGER, SHIRLEY D , 
West Point, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 
220. 24, 348 



EIDT, DAVID LAWRENCE JR , 
Natchez, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 272,273 

EIDT, DONNA ELIZABETH, 
Natchez, MS, Junior, Spch Tpy , 
266, 267 

EISENBEIS, PATRICIA LYNN, 
Nesbit, MS, Senior, Marking , 157, 
199,253,2,345,363 

EKLUND, DARRYL JASON, Pearl, 
MS, Freshman, Medicine, 292, 293 

EL-CHOUFANI, ADIB LABIB, 
University, MS, Junior, Civl Eng , 
156,363 

EL-HAJJ, ALI AHMED, University, 
MS, Senior, Civl Eng., 156 

ELAM, CANDY DARLENE, 
Corinth, MS, Junior, S Ed. Egl., 
280, 281 , 363 

ELDER, EMILY INGRAM, 
Brentwood, TN, Junior, Elem. Ed., 
278, 279 

ELEY, KATRENA, Cleveland, MS, 
Freshman, Inst Mgt., 215, 274, 275 

ELLEDGE, DARRYL LEE, 
Sophomore, Gen Bus., 238, 2, 348 

ELLIOTT, BAXTER ORR III, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Civl. Eng., 296, 
297 

ELLIOTT, MICHAEL TERENCE, 
Ripley, MS. Grad. I, Bus. Adm., 
294. 295, 395 

ELLIOTT, PAMELA CARLENE, 
Freshman, Elem Ed., 280, 281 

ELLIS, KENNETH RAY, Winona, 
MS, Junior, Marking., 314, 315 

ELLIS, THOMAS O., Oxford, MS, 
Sophomore, Medicine, 316 

ELLISON, WILLIAM CHARLES, 
Sunshine, LA, Sophomore, 
Marking., 292, 293 

ELLSTON, GREGORY 
WESTCOTT, St Louis, MO, 
Freshman, Bank and Fin., 298, 
299,345 

ELLZEY, KENNETH DAVID, Yazoo 

City, MS, 

292,293 



City, MS, Freshman, Gen. Bus., 



ELLZEY, RANDAL EDMOND, 
Houston, MS, Senior, Accy., 157, 
284, 285 

EMFINGER, RONA DIANE, 
Natchez, MS, Junior, S. Ed. Mat., 
262, 263, 363 

EMLING, MARY JANE, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Radio and TV, 290, 
291 

EMRICK, LAUREN KAY, Oxford, 
MS, Senior, Radio and TV, 322, 
323, 379 

ENGLAND, JAMES EUERETTE, 
Sophomore, Urban Ad , 312, 313 

ENGLISH, KATHIE DARLENE, 
Ocean Springs, MS, Senior, Gen 
Bus , 125, 138, 145, 146, 215, 280, 
281 , 379 

EPTING, KIMBERELY ANN, 
Pascagoula, MS, Freshman, Jour , 
212,280,281 

ERB, DAVID BRIAN, Oxford. MS, 
Senior, Bank and Fin , 312, 313 

ERTLE, MARILYN ALICIA, 
Benlonia, MS, Senior, Psyc, 145, 
390 

ERWIN, JESSE MATTHEW JR., 
Pascagoula, MS, Freshman, Civl 
Eng, 284, 28 

ERWIN, KATE E., Sophomore, 
Comm Dis , 306. 307 

ESELIN, CHESTER L., 
Pascagoula, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 272, 273 

ESSLINGER, MARY VIRGINIA, 
Florence, AL, Junior, Elem Ed , 
108 

ESTABROOKE, MARK WILLIAM, 
Atlanta, GA, Freshman, Gen Bus , 
300, 30 

ETHRIDGE, STEPHEN ARTHUR, 
VIcksburg, MS, Junior, Urban Ad., 
149, 198,212,298,29,363 

EVANS, CATHERINE ELIZABETH, 
Vicksburg, MS, Junior, Jour., 288, 
289, 363 

EVANS, DEBORAH GAY, 
Sophomore, Law Enfo , 154, 23 

EVANS, ELISE ANN, Vicksburg, 
MS, Senior, Elem Ed., 288, 289, 
215,379 



EVANS. ELLEN MARY, VIcksburg, 
MS, Senior, Marking , 157, 215, 
288, 289, 379 

EVANS, JANE MARIE, Dyersburg, 
TN, Sophomore, Pre-Accy., 274, 
275, 348 

EVANS, JOHN STANLEY, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Insur , 213 

EVANS, MARY S , Freshman, 
Dent. Hyg , 288, 28 

EVANS, WILLIAM GREGORY, 
Jackson, MS, Phrm.-lll, Pharmacy, 
222 

EVERETT, LISA MARY, Decatur, 
MS, Phrm.-I, Pharmacy, 304, 305, 
393 

EWERT, SHARON KAY, Olive 
Branch, MS, Junior, Nursing, 297, 
348 

EWING, SALLIE CUMMINGHAM, 
Robinsonville, MS, Sophomore, 
Spcl. Ed., 304, 305, 348 

EZENTA, ELISHA CHIMA, Aba, 
Senior, Insur., 145, 379 

EZZEDDINE, MOHAMMAD ALI, 
Saida, Junior, Civl. Eng., 1 56, 363 



F 



FADDOUL, WASEF RADA, Senior, 
Civl. Eng., 152,153,155,363 

FAGAN, JOY ELISE, Laurel, MS, 
Senior, Spch. Tpy , 304, 305 

FAISON, RICHARD DURELL, 
Mobile, AL, Senior, Mus. Educ, 
238, 240 

FANCHER, MARY JOE, Canton, 
MS, Phrm.-I, Pharmacy, 215, 227, 
274,275,106,399,390 

FARNSWORTH, STEPHEN H., 
Memphis, TN, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy., 270, 271 

FARQUHAR, WINSTON 
KIRKLAND, Midland, TX, 
Sophomore, Gen. Bus., 104 

FARR, GEORGE KAVANAUGH, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Accy , 157 

FARR, VALERIE ELLEN, Myrtle, 
MS, Senior, Cllh. Mer., 1 55, 380 

FARRAR, ADELAIDE WHARTON, 
Nashville, TN, Senior, Elem. Ed.. 
278, 279 

FARRAR, MARGARET LYNNE, 
Nashville, TN, Freshman, Comm. 
Dis, 278, 27 

FARRIS, MARGARET VICTORIA, 
New Orleans, LA, Senior, Jour., 
306, 307, 363 

FARRIS, ROBERT BARROW, 
Clarksdale, MS. Sophomore, Lib. 
Arts, 296, 297, 348 

FARRIS, SAMUEL HARDY III, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 270, 2, 348 

FARRIS, WOODS FERNAND, New 
Orleans, LA, Freshman, Medicine, 
272, 273 

FAVI, STEVE RANDALL, 
Freshman, Gen. Bus., 292, 293 

FAWCETT, MICHAEL REID, 
Oxford, MS, Senior, Bank and Fin., 
312,313 

FEATHERSTON, CHESTERFIELD, 
Macon, MS, Junior, Chem. Eng., 
140,145,153,270,271.363 

FEDELL, SHARON MICHELE, 
Vicksburg, MS, Junior, S Ed B. E , 
290, 291 

FELKS, BARBARA GALE, Belden, 
MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 249, 363 

FENNELL, MCCOY THOMAS, 
Tupelo, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus., 272, 273 

FERGUSON, ANTHONY TODD, 
Columbus, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 272, 273 

FERGUSON, CONNIE MREY, 
Taylor, MS, Phrm -II, Pharmacy, 
223,290,291,390 

FERGUSON, DEBRA ANN, 
Meridian, MS, Freshman, Urban 
Ad, 278, 27 

FERGUSON, DIANE, Senior, Biol 
Sci, 145. 148, 380 

FERGUSON. KATHERINE JANE, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, 
Nursing, 218, 229 



FERGUSON, KATHERINE 
SEARCY, Columbus, MS, Law I, 
Law, 200, 280, 281,348 

FERMIN, ANGEL GUSTAUO, 
Cabimas, Senior, Elec Eng , 216 

FERRELL. CINDY, Magee, MS, 
Junior, Cri Rptg , 266, 267, 258 

FERRELL, JANET ELIZABETH, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Elem. 
Ed, 274, 27 

FESMIRE, WALKER EUGENE, 
Marquette, Ml, Grad. Ill, Bus. 
Adm., 157 

FESSLER. ALISON ANN, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Phrm.-I, 
Pharmacy, 145,278,279 

FEURST, DAVID BAYLOR, 
Vicksburg, MS, 5th-Ugrd., Comp. 
Sci, 153 

FEWELL, JENNIFER MCLANE, 
Jacksonville, FL, Junior, Design, 
230, 2, 263, 363 

FIELDS, MELANIE FRANCES, 
Rolling Fork, MS, Freshman, 
Marktng.,212, 21,278, 279 

FIELDS, ROBERT GRIBBLE, 
Nashville, TN, Freshman, Gen 
Bus., 276, 277 

FINCH, AMY JO, Brandon, MS, 
Freshman, Biol Sci., 288, 28 

FINERTY, NANCY JANE, Bay St. 
Louis, MS, Freshman, Jour , 266, 
267 

FINLEY, JON KAVIN, Memphis, 
TN, Freshman, Elec. Eng , 268, 2 

FINNEGAN, KATHLEEN ANN, 
Dallas, TX, Sophomore, Radio and 
TV, 262, 263 

FISCHER, DANIEL MICHAEL, 
Charlestown, IN, Unclass., 109, 
152,153 

FISHEL, STEPHEN TIMOTHY, Law 
III, Law, 200, 2 

FISHER, DONALD GARTH, Laurel, 
MS, Senior, Biol. Sci., 140, 148, 
316,317 

FISHER, LEA MURRAY, Memphis, 
TN, Sophomore, Marking., 143, 
238, 290, 291 , 348 

FISHER, MARY MELANIE, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, 286, 287 

FITCH, WANDA LYNN, Holly 
Springs. MS. Freshman. Marking., 
280, 281 

FITE, ELIZABETH CAMILLE, 
Freshman, Mangmnt., 101,266, 
267 

FITE, MARTHA ELIZABETH, 
Muskogee, OK, Junior, Bank and 
Fin., 286, 287, 363 

FLETCHER, DAVID EUGENE, 
Senior, Chem. Eng., 152,239,321 

FLETCHER, LEAH GIBSON, 
Germantown, TN, Junior, Elem. 
Ed., 306, 307 

FLINT, EDWIN ARMSTEAD JR., 
Batesville. MS. Law II, Law, 200 

FLOOD, MELISSA LOUISE, 
Meridian, MS, Sophomore, Elem 
Ed, 278, 279 

FLORA, NORMA CALDWELL, 
Sophomore, 274, 275 

FLOWERS, MARY GRAYDON, 
Dublin, MS, Sophomore, Spcl. Ed., 
278, 27 

FLOYD, ANGELA SUZETTE, 
Washington, MS, Junior, Pre- 
Accy , 220, 266, 267, 363 

FLOYD, CYNTHIA LEEANN, 
Magee, MS, Sophomore, Bank and 
Fin, 212, 290, 291, 348 

FLOYD, GLENDA JANE, New 
Albany, MS, Senior, Accy., 157 

FOLK, BRIAN MCGEE, Junior, 
Pre-Accy , 284, 285 

FOLK, ERIC A., Oxford, MS, 
Phrm.-ll, Pharmacy, 223, 284, 285 

FOLLIN, ERIN ANNE, Junior, Bank 
and Fin, 280, 281, 363 

FONG, TERESA LOUISE, Hughes, 
AR, Junior, Zoology, 145, 148, 
246, 363 

FONTAINE, DOUGLASS LATIMER 
III, Pascagoula, MS, Freshman, 
Mangmnt., 296, 297 

FOOTE, ELIZABETH JANE, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore, 143, 
274, 275, 348 

FORD, CATHY RENEE, 
Sophomore, Comm. Dis., 239, 348 



FORD, TERRY DOUGLAS. Laurel, 
MS, Phrm -I. Pharmacy, 252 

FORDICE, DANIEL KIRKWOOD, 
Vicksburg, MS, Sophomore, Civl 
Eng ,314,315, 348 

FORESTER, MARCIAL 
DAVIDSON. Jackson. MS. Senior. 
History, 272, 273 

FORESTER, MITCHELL ANDREW, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy , 
261,272,273,363 

FORSHEE, JULIE ANN, Clear 
Water, FL, Freshman, Cllh Mer., 
215,2,279 

FORSYTHE, PATRICIA LOIS, 
Vicksburg, MS. Senior, Gen Bus., 
246 

FORTE. ANTHONY SAMUEL. 
Greenville. MS. Unclass . Biology, 
252,2 

FORTENBERRY, DANA SUE, 
Magnolia, MS, Freshman, H., P.E. 
and Rec , 93, 99, 108 

FORTENBERRY, DEWITT L JR., 
Mendenhall, MS, Junior, Mech. 
Eng, 298, 299 

FORTENBERRY, EMILY A , 
Columbia. MS, Junior, Marking., 
41 , 145, 20, 203, 22, 258, 274, 275, 
363 

FORTENBERRY, THERESA ANN, 
Sophomore, English, 306, 307 

FORTUNE, LINDA GAY, Olive 
Branch, MS, Junior, Anthro , 1 45, 
363 

FOSHEE, SHERI ANNE, Batesville, 
MS, Sophomore, Comm Dis , 143, 
348 

FOSTER, DEXTER L., Shannon, 
MS, Junior, Medicine, 200, 268, 2, 
363 

FOSTER, LANTZ POWELL, 
Natchez, MS, Sophomore, Phys. 
Tpy, 298, 299 

FOSTER, MARJORIE LISA, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Comm. Dis., 
304,305 

FOUCHE, AMEE JO, Helena, AR, 
Sophomore, Gen Bus., 274, 275 

FOUNTAIN, MICHAEL ANTOINE, 
Perkinston, MS. Junior. Bank and 
Fin, 109 

FOUNTAIN, RICHARD MAURICE, 
Law II, Law, 200 

FOURCADE, JOHN CHARLES JR., 
Gretna, LA, Sophomore, Radio 
andTV, 75,78, 109 

FOWLER, JANICE CORINNE, 
Greenwood, MS, Senior, Elem. 
Ed, 154, 238 

FOWLER. KENNETH BLAKE. 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 
284,285 

FOWLER, SALLY ROSS, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore, 
Gen Bus., 210, 215, 278, 279, 348 

FOX, HENRY CREED, Junior, Biol. 
Sci.,145, 148, 296, 297 

FOX, ROY CECIL, Lyon. MS. 
Senior. Biol. Sci . 145 

FOX, SUSAN LINNEA, Marietta, 
GA, Sophomore, Crt. Rptg., 262, 
26,348 

FRANCIS, PETER KEVIN, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Mangmnt., 
282, 283, 363 

FRANETOVICH, JOHN EDWARD, 
Bel Air, MD, Senior, Pol Sci , 298, 
299 

FRANKENBERG, BLAIR ROBERT, 
Barrington, IL, Sophomore, 
Marking., 292, 293 

FRANKLIN, BRIDGET RENEE. 
Batesville. MS. Sophomore. Comp. 
Sci., 247, 348 

FRANKS, ROSEMARY, Tupelo, 
MS, Senior, Pre-Accy., 220, 266, 
267 

FRANZEN, MICHAEL ANTHONY, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore, 
Pharmacy, 316, 317, 348 

FRASHIER, IRA KAYE, Oxford, 
MS, Unclass., Bus. Adm., 157 

FRATESI, REGINA FAY, Leiand, 
MS, Sophomore, Comm. Dis., 215 

FREAR, MARY LEANNE, Dover, 
DE, Sophomore, Socio , 288, 289 

FREEMAN, ANNE ELIZABETH, St. 
Louis, MO, Sophomore, Cllh. Mer.. 
290, 291 



Index — 423 



Freeman 



FREEMAN, PATRICIA ELLEN, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Phys. 
Tpy , 280, 281 

FREEMAN. WILLIAM ANDREW, 
Lenexa, KS, Junior, Bank and Fin , 
145.276,277 

FREEMAN, WILLIAM RODNEY, 
Laurel, MS, Senior, Mangmnt., 
308, 309 

FREES, JAMES RICHARD. Biloxi, 
MS, Law I, Law, 145, 148, 395 

FREIGHTMAN, JOHN PHILLIP, 
Gulfpon, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
109 

FRENCH, NORMAN MILLER, New 
Albany, MS, Junior. Gen. Bus , 
314,315 

FRENCH. ROBIN ANN. Gulfporl. 
MS, Freshman, Elem Ed.. 290, 291 

FRENCH, TERESA MAXENE, 
Jackson. TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 154.266,267 

FRIDRICH.LISAELOISE. 
Nashville. TN. Sophomore, Socio , 
278, 279, 348 

FRY, WILLIAM NALL. Senior, 
Urban Ad.. 136. 140, 145. 148. 298. 
299 

FUGATE, JOHN ROBERT. 
Jackson. MS. Freshman. Gen 
Bus, 215, 296,297, 331 

FULLER, DONALD HALL, 
Vicksburg, MS, Senior, H., P.E. 
and Rec ,91, 109 

FULPER, LESTER DAVID. 
Booneville. MS. Phrm.-lll, 
Pharmacy. 223. 390 

FULTON, HAL EDWIN, Lena, MS, 
Freshman. Physics. 239 

FULTON. LYMAN AVARD III. 
Mountain Home. TN. Junior. 
Insur..83. 363 

FULTON. ROY LOUIS. University. 
MS. Grad. I. Bus. Adm.. 1 52. 395 

FURR. ALLYSON RACHELLE. 
Tupelo. MS. Sophomore. 
Marktng. 183, 278. 279 

FURR, RICHARD KENNEDY, 
Wesson. MS. Senior. Bank and 
Fin ,151,320,321,26 

FURRH, JAMES BROOKE, Senior, 
Urban Ad , 308, 309, 363 

FURRH, ROY HENDEE, Jackson, 
MS, Junior. Pre-Accy . 145, 296. 
297 

FYFE. THOMAS WILSFORD JR, 
Lula. MS, Sophomore, Gen Bus , 
270,271,348 

FYKE, JENNY ELLEN, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, 278, 279. 331 



G 



GABBERT. ELMO PIERCE. 
Freshman, Psyc, 276, 277 

GABRIELLESCHI, VIRGIL J. JR., 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Insur , 213, 
316,317 

GADDY. CAROLYN JOYCE. 
Crystal Springs, MS, Freshman. 
Medicine. 266. 267, 331 

GADDY, DENNIS MICHAEL, Lyon, 
MS, Sophomore, Gen. Bus , 298, 
299, 348 

GAINES, YOLAINE LOUISE, 
Junior, Pre-Accy , 266, 267. 363 

GALBRAITH, JOAN, Maitland, FL, 
Freshman. Gen Bus . 288. 28 

GALLOWAY. PHYLLIS VIRGINIA, 
Memphis. TN, Senior, Accy , 274, 
275 

GALTNEY, ELIZABETH FORD, 
New Orleans. LA. Freshman, 
Medicine, 306. 307. 331 

GANDY, JOHN V , Florence. MS. 
Freshman. Gen Bus . 272. 273, 
331 

GARDNER, DONALD MAYNARD, 
Senatobia. MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 312, 313 

GARDNER, STEPHEN ELLIS, 
Brandon, MS, Junior, Bank and 
Fin , 300, 301 , 363 

GARLAND, HOWARD SCOTT, 
Senior, Insur , 308, 309 

GARMON, JEFFREY LYLE, 
Greenville, MS, Junior, Chem 
Eng,308.309 



GARNER. BONNIE GAY, Junior. 
Crt Rptg.. 221 

GARNER. JENNIE LUCK, Jackson, 
MS, Senior. Marking.. 278, 279 

GARNER, LISA CAROL, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Gen. Bus., 278, 
279 

GARNER, TERESA ANN. 
Nashville, TN, Freshman, Rec. 
Ldrs., 238, 331 

GARRARD. LADY ANNE. Isola. 
MS. Junior. Med. Rec . 215. 304, 
305 

GARRAWAY, FREDERICK WEST, 
Jackson, MS. Senior. Urban Ad., 
147,308,309 

GARRAWAY, KENDALL 
GREAVES. Jackson, MS. 
Freshman. Gen Bus.. 210. 308. 
309. 331 

GARRETT. MARK LOGAN. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. Gen. 
Bus. 239. 348 

GARRETT. RENETTA DEANNE. 
Oxford. MS. Sophomore. 
Pharmacy, 143 

GARRETT, STEVEN BOYCE, 
Clarksdale, MS, Senior, Bank and 
Fin..147. 270. 271 

GARRETT. TERl LYNN, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, H.E.-lntr , 306, 307 

GARREY, CAROLE LYNN, Junior, 
H.E.-lntr, 288, 289 

GARRISON, STEPHENE SUE, 
West Memphis, AR, Senior, Law 
Enfo,274, 275 

GARY, MARY MELINDA, Oxford, 
MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 290, 291 

GATHRIGHT, EUGENE L II, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Law Enfo.. 140 

GAULDIN. ANN KATHLYNE. 
Dyersburg. TN, Senior, Elem. Ed , 
274, 275 

GAUTIER, MARY KATHERINE, 
Freshman, Mus. Educ, 280, 281 , 
331 

GEAR. STEVEN KENNETH. 
Millstadt. IL. Sophomore. History. 
239. 290. 276. 277. 348 

GEARY. WILLIAM ARNOT. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. Gen. 
Bus., 296, 297 

GEE, WILLIAM FINCH II. 
Senatobia. MS. Phrm.-il, 
Pharmacy, 223 

GENIN, DEBORAH LYNNE, 
Oxford, MS, Junior. Accy.. 322. 
323 

GENO. MARLON WAYNE. Tupelo, 
MS. Freshman. Gen. Bus., 239 

GENO, TIMOTHY HARRY, Rienzi, 
MS, Junior, Biol Sci ,320, 321. 
348 

GEORGE, MELODY LORRAINE, 
tslatchez, MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 262. 263 

GEORGE, SONYA DAWN. 
Pascagoula. MS. Junior. Marking., 
236, 3(56, 307 

GERMAN, CONSTANCE M , Friars 
Point, MS, Senior, Math, 239 

GERMANY, CYNTHIA CLAIRE, 
Jackson, MS, Junior. Pre-Accy.. 
288. 289 

GERMANY. KRISTINA LYNNE. 
Houston. TX. Sophomore. Insur , 
278. 27 

GERMANY. ROBERT GEOFFREY. 
Jackson. MS, Law I, Law, 147,298, 
299 

GERRARD, TRACIE GUION, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Junior, Elem. Ed , 
278, 279, 363 

GETZ, JOSEPH THADDEUS, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
147, 199, 205, 226, 227, 284, 285 

GHO, MARY CATHERINE, Tunica, 
MS, Senior, H E -Intr , 280, 281 

GHO, WILLIAM CURTIS, Tunica. 
MS. Sophomore. Gen Bus . 316, 
317 

GHOSHEH, BAHER ATA, Old 
Jerusalem, Sophomore, Comp 
Sci ,143, 348 

GIBBONS. CYNTHIA ANN. Oxford, 
MS, Senior. Gen Bus , 220 

GIBERT, GERARD R . Jackson. 
MS, Senior, Pre-Accy , 157 

GIBSON, DAVID WAYNE, 
Indianola. MS. Senior. Marktng , 
140,151 



GIBSON. R. GARY. Oxford. MS. 
Grad. III. Bus. Adm. 151 

GIBSON. ROBERT GREGORY JR.. 
Jackson. MS. Senior. Radio and 
TV, 298. 299 

GIBSON, SHERRY LYNNE, Water 
Valley, MS, Sophomore, Bank and 
Fin, 266, 267.331 

GIDDY. JAMES FRANK. Flora, MS, 
Senior. Law Enfo.. 300, 301 

GIFFIN, MARILYN RENEE, 
Louisville, MS, Junior, Elem. Ed., 
278, 279, 348 

GIFFORD. SUZANNE. Eupora, MS, 
Freshman, 280, 28, 331 

GILBERT, JEFFREY KLINE, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Radio and 
TV, 298, 299 

GILBERT, PATRICIA GAIL, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 304, 305, 331 

GILBRECH, KAREN YVONNE, 
Holly Grove, AR, Sophomore, 
Phys. Tpy , 306,30 

GILL, ELEANOR ALLEN, 
Greenwood, MS, Junior, Dntstry., 
142, 225, 227, 305. 323. 348 

GILL, JULIETTE ANNE, Biloxi, MS, 
Senior, Marktng., 280, 281 

GILL, SARAH NELL, Frenchmans 
Bayou, AR, Junior, Mus. Educ, 
156,249,348 

GILLENTINE, ANGELA DALE, 
Tupelo, MS, Junior, Jour.. 288. 
289, 363 

GILLESPIE, MOLLIE ANNE, 
Sardis, MS, Senior, S Ed. L. S., 
322, 323 

GILLEYLEN. JAMES EDWARD, 
Amory. MS. Senior, Pol. Sci.. 261, 
.268, 269 

GILLILAND, MARY JOHN, 
Coldwater, MS, Sophomore, Adm. 
Serv , 278, 279. 331 

GILLIS. ALAN ANTHONY. 
McComb. MS. Sophomore. 
English. 145. 215. 316. 317, 348 

GILLIS, HEATHER JOANNE, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Soc./S. 
Wk, 262, 263 

GILLOM, PEGGIE JEAN, 
Abbeville. MS. Senior, Soc./S. 
Wk,94, 99, 108, 363 

GILMER. PATRA LYNN. 
Greenwood. MS. Phrm.-lll. 
Pharmacy, 223, 390 

GILSTER, TIMOTHY J., Cincinnati. 
OH. Junior. Theatre. 270. 271 

GILVARY, ELIZABETH LOUISE, 
Pensacola, FL, Sophomore. Gen 
Bus. 286. 287 

GIN. BRENDA KAY. Tutwiler, MS, 
Junior, Accy , 220, 365 

GINN. FRANCES BETH. Columbia. 
MS, Senior, CIth. Mer , 154, 278. 
258, 279 

GINN, ROBERT EARL, Tylertown, 
MS, Phrm.-ll, Pharmacy. 223. 270, 
271 , 390 

GLASER, LEIGH ANN, Freshman, 
278, 279 

GLASGOW, MARY FRANCES, 
Memphis, TN, Sophomore, CIth. 
Mer , 262. 263. 348 

GLASS. ELIZABETH ANN, 
Charleston, MO, Junior, Soc. 
Work, 278, 279 

GLEATON, KENNETH, Enid, MS, 
Freshman. Art. 216 

GLENN. JOHN WILLIAM, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 272, 273, 
365 

GLISSON, REBECCA ANN, 
Corinth, MS, Senior, Bank and 
Fin, 151,220 

GLOVER, ANNE ELIZABETH, 
Columbus, MS, Sophomore, Jour , 
229. 239 

GODWIN. ANN KATHY. Tupelo. 
MS, Sophomore, Home Ec, 249. 
258, 304, 305 

GOETZ, MARY LOUISE. Jackson. 
MS, Junior, Art, 322, 323, 365 

GOETZ, PATRICIA ANN, Jackson, 
MS. Freshman, Jour and Adv , 
210,290,291 

GOFORTH, JANET LYNN, 
Philadelphia, MS, Junior, CIth. 
Mer , 286, 287, 365 



GOLDEN, NANCY ELLEN, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, Spch. Tpy., 
274, 275 

GOLDMAN, CLYDE DENNIS JR., 
Meridian, MS, Gen Bus , Junior, 
308. 309 

GOLDMAN. KARLEN LORENE, 
Meridian. MS, Junior, Accy., 304, 
305, 365 

GOLDNER, BETH ELYSE, 
Meridian, MS, Sophomore, Spcl 
Ed , 278, 279 

GOLDNER, LISA ANN WRIGHT. 
University, MS, Senior, Psyc , 140 

GOOCH, GARY GLENN, Oxford, 
MS, Senior, Mus Educ , 240 

GOOCH, LARRY LYNN. Oxford. 
MS, Senior, Mus Educ , 145, 239, 
240 

GOODALL, LAURA YANCEY, 
Gallatin. TN. Senior. HE -Intr . 
243. 288. 289 

GOODMAN. GREGG STEPHEN. 
Alamo, CA, Junior, Medicine, 284, 
285 

GOODWIN, THOMAS ALVA IV, 
Dallas, TX, Senior, Accy., 216, 318, 
319 

GORDJI, SOHRAB. Grad. Ill, Engr 
Sci, 156 

GORDON, JACQUELINE, 
Brandon, MS, Freshman, Nursing, 
238, 286, 287, 331 

GORDON, MICHAEL, Senatobia, 
MS, Senior, Comp Sci , 298, 299 

GORDON, RANDALL SCOTT, 
Clarksdale, MS, Freshman, Insur., 
300, 301 

GORDON, ROGER THEO, Duck 
Hill, MS, Junior, H , P E and Rec , 
109 

GORDY, ROBERT KEITH. Senior, 
Gen. Bus.. 308. 309, 365 

GORE, VALERIE JANE, 
Woodland, MS, Freshman, 280, 
281 

GOROVE. KATHERINE MARIE. 
Oxford. MS. Senior. Pol Sci.. 126. 
138.145 

GOSNELL. STEVEN KELLY. 
Arkadelphia. AR. Unclass.. Phrm. 
Sci. 149 

GOSS, BRENDA RUTH. Olive 
Branch. MS, Senior, Pol. Sci., 230, 
365 

GOSS, TERRY VAN. Freshman, 
Gen. Bus, 314, 315 

GOULD, DAVID MOORE, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
292, 293 

GOWAN, MARGARET GRACE, 
Dallas, TX, Junior, Elem Ed., 274. 
275, 365 

GOWDY, JOHN MONROE III, 
Memphis, TN. Junior, Gen. Eng.. 
284, 285, 365 

GRACE, ANTHONY, Louisville, 
MS, Sophomore, Comp. Sci., 245, 
349 

GRAEBER, MICHAEL COLEMAN, 
Picayune, MS, Senior, Chem . 272. 
273 

GRAFF. DIANE ELIZABETH. Park 
Ridge. IL, Junior, Bank and Fin., 
146,262,263 

GRAHAM, ALBERT NEAL, 
Pontotoc. MS, Law III, Law, 136, 
147.316.317 

GRAHAM. ANNE COURTNEY. 
Crystal Springs, MS, Sophomore, 
Elem. Ed , 274, 275, 349 

GRAHAM, AUDREY LYNN, 
Orange Park, FL, Freshman, 
Chem, 266, 267,331 

GRAHAM, CLINTON ARNOTT, 
Gulfporl, MS, Senior. Bank and 
Fin .136, 145, 147,151,201,21, 
282, 283. 261 

GRAHAM. DARRYL EUGENE. 
Folsom. LA. Sophomore. H .P E 
and Rec , 111 

GRAHAM, JAMES MICHAEL, 
Tupelo. MS, Junior. Urban Ad . 
284. 285 

GRAHAM. JESSE LOREN, 
Freshman, Gen Bus , 308, 309 

GRAHAM, JOHN KEITH, Orange 
Park, FL, Freshman, Chem. Eng., 
272, 273 



GRAHAM, MARGARET JEAN, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, English, 236, 
288, 289, 365 

GRAHAM, MARY ALISON, Crystal 
Springs, MS, Sophomore, Soc. 
Work, 274, 275, 331 

GRAHAM, PATRICIA COLLINS, 
Memphis, TN, Senior. Marking., 
215,274,275 

GRANT. WILLIAM THOMAS. 
Hixson. TN. Junior. Bank and Fin.. 
298, 299 

GRANTHAM. GAYE LYNN, Senior, 
Bank and Fin , 288. 289. 365 

GRANTHAM, LEANNE, Crystal 
Springs, MS, Freshman, Med. 
Tech , 280, 281 . 331 

GRANTHAM, SARAH KATHRYN, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Elem Ed., 
274, 275, 365 

GRANTHAM, STEVE WILEY, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Insur., 
308, 309 

GRASS, PAUL RIVERS, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, S. Ed. S. 
S , 136, 145, 147, 212, 215, 270, 
271 , 365 

GRAVES, JAMES GREGORY, 
Brandon, MS, Sophomore, 
Dntstry, 145, 349 

GRAVES, JANET THOMSON, 
Winona, MS, Junior, H.E.-lntr.. 
304. 305 

GRAVES. MICHAEL KEVIN, 
Meadville, MS, Sophomore, Pol 
Sci, 143,276,277 

GRAY, CYNTHIA ANN, Brandon, 
MS, Freshman, Gen Bus , 262, 
263, 331 

GRAY, DANIEL THOMAS, 
Gulfport, MS, Junior, Chem., 145 

GRAY, KIMBERLY YVONNE, 
Franklin, TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 290, 291 

GRAY, PAMELA ANN, Franklin, 
TN, Junior, Marking., 290, 291 , 349 

GRAY, ROBERT BOURDEAUX, 
Hattiesburg, MS. Senior, Philo., 

296, 297 

GRAY, RONNIE EDMOND, 
Natchez, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy, 300, 301, 349 

GRAYSON, JOHN HALL JR., 
Sophomore, Bank and Fin . 143. 
145.313 

GREEN. CHERI DENISE, APO, NY, 
Freshman, Publ Adm , 245, 331 

GREEN, CONNIE FRANCIS, 
Lexington, MS, Junior, Jour . 143, 
243, 365 

GREEN, DEBORAH BERNICE, 
Natchez, MS, Freshman, Home 
Ec, 215, 304, 305, 331 

GREEN, DONDRA JUANELL, 
Southaven, MS, Junior, Jour and 
Adv., 143, 349 

GREEN, JAMES RICHARD, Water 
Valley. MS, Special, Elec Eng.. 91 

GREEN, MARTY CARLIS, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Elec 
Eng, 316, 317 

GREEN, RICKY KEITH, Winona, 
MS, Senior. Bank and Fin . 220. 
365 

GREENE, MARY LUCILLE, 
Sophomore, 262, 263, 331 

GREENLEE, EDYE JEAN, 
Batesville, MS. Junior. Pharmacy. 
280. 281 . 365 

GREER. ANTHONY ALAN. Oxford. 
MS. Freshman. Gen Bus . 296. 

297. 331 

GREER. DANNY LEWIS. Memphis, 
TN, Senior. Marking., 272, 273 

GREER, JEFF L , Tutwiler. MS. 
Sophomore. Gen Bus.. 292, 293 

GREER. MICHAEL DUANE. 
Hickory Flat. MS. Law III. Law, 136 

GREGORY, DOROTHY ALLISON, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, HE. -Intr., 
290, 291 , 331 

GRESHAM, JOHN KENNETH JR.. 
Greenville. MS. Senior. Gen. Bus. 
312.313 

GRESHAM. LAURIE ANN, 
Greenville, MS, Freshman, Elem. 
Ed , 278, 279, 331 

GRESHAM, STEVEN MCGILL, 
Holly Springs, MS. Junior. Bank 
and Fin . 300. 301 



424 — Index 



Herrin 



GRESSETT. DONNA LEA, Junior, 
H.,PE andRec.,230, 365 

GRIFFIN, ANNA LOUISE, Glosler, 
MS, Sophomore, Elem Ed., 306, 
307 

GRIFFIN, FLOYDWILLIAM JR , 
Yazoo City, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
312,313 

GRIFFIN, GARY MILLER, Sturgis, 
MS, Phrm.-I, Pharmacy, 223 

GRIFFIN, JOHN SHULER, 
Greenville, MS, Junior, Insur , 213, 
270, 271 , 365 

GRIFFIN, ROBBIE DENISE, 
Baldwyn, MS, Senior, V Hm. Ec, 
280. 281 

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM ARLIS, Spring, 
TX. Sophomore, Pre-Accy., 154, 
23, 276, 278, 344 

GRIFFIS, MARGARET CLAIR, 
Meridian, MS, Junior, Comm. Dis., 
215,278,279 

GRIFFIS. THOMAS KENNETH JR. 
MR., Meridian, MS, Sophomore, 
Gen Bus.. 296. 297, 331 

GRIFFITH. IKE C. Brookhaven, 
MS, Senior, Radio and TV, 1 45, 
147 

GRISEBAUM, JOHN DAVID, 
Houston, TX, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin., 308, 309. 331 

GRISHAM, CYNTHIA LYNN. 
Oxford, MS. Freshman, CIth. Mer., 
290. 291 

GRISHAM. THOMAS JAMES, 
Lubbock. TX. Senior, Accy., 128, 
147.157.312,313 

GRISWOLD, GEMIEL YVONNE, 
Philadelphia, PA, Junior, Accy., 
220, 365 

GROWNEY, THOMAS DAVID, 
Albuquerque, NM, Freshman, 
Mangmnt., 276, 277, 331 

GRYDER, JACK ERWIN, Jackson, 
MS, Sophomore, Gen Bus., 312, 
313 

GRYDER, ROBERT LEWIS JR., 
Biloxi, MS, Junior, Marking., 216 

GRYDER, SANDRA LEIGH, 
Freshman, Soc. Work, 306. 307, 
331 

GRYDER, THOMAS EDWARD, 
Biloxi, MS. Freshman, Marktng., 
216 

GUESSFORD, DAWN ALISON, 
Brentwood, TN, Sophomore, CIth. 
Mer, 306, 307 

GUESSFORD. WAYNE KAYE JR.. 
Brentwood. TN. Grad I. Bus. 
Adm..272. 273 

GUIDER, GWYN BANNEY. 
Vicksburg. MS. Junior. Radio and 
TV. 274, 275 

GUILLOT. LOUIS CREATH. 
Jackson, MS, Senior, English, 314, 
315 

GULLICK, DAVID ARNOLD, 
Myrtle, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy , 220, 
365 

GULLY, ELLA VEAZEY. Memphis, 
TN, Sophomore, Psyc, 200, 278, 
279 

GUNN. DOUGLAS JENNINGS. 
Meridian, MS, Law I, Law, 120, 
136,145,147 

GUNN. MARK NEIL, Ellisville, MS, 
Freshman, Mangmnt., 210, 314, 
315,331 

GUNTER. GABRIELLE GARMON. 
Freshman. 290, 291.331 

GURNER. MARGARET MELISSA. 
Water Valley. MS. Senior. Elem. 
Ed., 238, 304, 305 

GUSTAFSON, LINDA JEANNE, 
Waynesboro. MS. Senior. Art. 225, 
304, 305 

GUTHRIE, SHANNON DEE, 
Memphis, TN. Sophomore. CIth. 
Mer . 280. 281 . 349 

GUYSE, CAROLYN JAYNE. 
Brandon. MS. Senior, Math, 239 

GUYSE, GAYLE, Sophomore, 
Phys. Tpy., 239, 366 

GUYTON, JAMES LAWRENCE, 
Jackson. MS. Senior, Chem , 136, 
145,147, 148,314,315 

GUYTON, JANICE ROWE. Grad I, 
Jour ,207 

GUYTON, THOMAS SCOTT, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 314,315 



GWIN, MICHAEL OMAR A, Oxford, 
MS, Freshman. English. 296. 297 



H 



HAAS. LETITIA JANE. Bay St. 
Louis. MS. Senior. Radio and TV. 
274. 275 

HAAS. MICHAEL DURRETT JR . 
Bay St Louis. MS. Junior. Bank 
andFin . 145. 212 

HADLEY. CATHERINE MCCLURE. 
Clarksville. TN, Freshman, Crt. 
Rptg , 306, 30 

HADLEY. SUSAN DABNEY. 
Clarksville. TN. Junior. Insur.. 213. 
306. 307 

HAFFNER. JOHN WILLIAM. Glen 
Ellyn. IL. Freshman. Gen Bus.. 
300. 301 

HAGAN, RICHARD HAURY. 
Nashville. TN. Senior. Marktng , 
272, 273 

HAGE, SHERYL MARIE, Gulfporl, 
MS, Sophomore, Dent. Hyg., 304, 
305, 349 

HAIRSTON, PHYLLIS 
VERNELIOUS, Oxford, MS, 
Sophomore, Bus. Ed., 239 

HALL, CANDACE LYNNETTE, 
Senior, Bank and Fin., 220 

HALL. DANNY PORTER. Oxford. 
MS. Freshman, Pre-Accy., 276, 
277 

HALL, JOHN LAURENCE, 
Meridian, MS, Freshman, Jour. 
andAdv. 314, 315 

HALL, KAREN SUZANNE, 
Southaven. MS. Freshman. Elem. 
Ed. 215. 331 

HALL, KENNETH LARRY, Pine 
Bluff, AR, Senior, Rec. Ldrs., 21 7 

HALL, MICHAEL STEPHEN, 
Memphis, TN, Sophomore, Elem. 
Ed .270. 271 

HALL. RICHARD STEVEN. Laurel. 
MS, Junior. Gen. Bus., 292. 293, 
349 

HALL, ROBERT STANLEY, 
Grenada, MS, Unclass., Math, 134, 
152 

HALL, STANTON ALLEN. 
Hattiesburg, MS. Freshman. Gen. 
Bus, 106.316.317 

HALL, SUSAN REBECCA, Yazoo 
City, MS, Sophomore. Marktng.. 
290. 291 , 331 

HALLBERG, CHARLES JOHN III, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Pre-Accy., 
320, 321 

HALLIDAY, EDWIN WILKINSON 
JR , Columbia, TN, Freshman. 
Gen. Bus. 312. 313 

HALLMAN. PHYLLIS SUZETTE. 
Huntsville. AL. Senior, Mus Educ, 
154,239,366 

HALTOM, JOINER MACK III, 
Pascagoula, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 316, 317,331 

HAMERSKI, MICHAEL ROBERT, 
East Syracuse, NY, Junior, Biol. 
Sci., 252 

HAMILTON, JANET LEE, Bay St. 
Louis, MS, Senior, Bank and Fin., 
280,281,366 

HAMILTON, MARIAN MARCASA, 
Brandon, MS, Junior, H , P.E and 
Rec , 304, 305, 366 

HAMILTON, MOLLIE, Sophomore. 
Socio . 290. 291 

HAMILTON. REGINA ANN. 
Jackson. MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus.,288, 289, 349 

HAMILTON, RICHARD KEITH, St 
Louis. MO. Sophomore, H., P.E. 
and Rec, 91 

HAMILTON, TODD BRYSON, 
Memphis, TN. Junior, Gen. Bus., 
227 

HAMMET, LAWRENCE BUFORD 
II, Paducah, KY, Senior, Gen. Bus., 
284, 285 

HAMMOND, ALICE LAIRD, Moss 
Point. MS. Grad I. Mod. Lang.. 
262. 263 

HAMMOND, BARNETT DOUGLAS 
JR . Corinth. MS. Freshman. 314, 
315 



HAMMOND, FRANK WHITE, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 292, 293 

HAMMOND, MARTHA 
COURTNEY, Corinth, MS, Senior, 
Bank and Fin , 1 26, 1 38, 278. 279 

HAMPTON. CHERI. St. Louis. MO. 
Junior, French, 220, 266, 267, 366 

HAMPTON, LINDA A., University, 
MS, Senior, VHm.Ec, 155 

HANCOCK, DOUGLAS VANCE, 
Oxford, MS. Senior, Radio and TV, 
308, 309 

HAND, RALPH THOMAS III, 
Glendora, MS, Junior. Gen Bus.. 
296. 297 

HANEY. ANNA MARIE. Pontotoc. 
MS, Junior, 280, 281 

HANKINS, HAROLD WAYNE, 
Grenada, MS, Senior, Mech. Eng., 
300, 301 

HANKS, HELEN TRACEY, Junior, 
Spanish, 278, 279 

HANNAFORD, MARK MABRY, 
Derma, MS, Senior, Bank and Fin., 
276, 277, 366 

HANNAN, EDWIN YORK, Grenada, 
MS, Law I, Law, 145 

HANSON, JAMES WALTER JR , 
Fulton, MS, Phrm.-lll, Pharmacy. 
223. 391 

HARBIN. PATRICIA ELISE. 
Grenada. MS, Sophomore, V. Hm. 
Ec, 220, 247, 280, 349 

HARBISON, MARK BOSTICK, 
Junior, Urban Ad., 312, 313, 366 

HARBOUR, STARK DAVID, 
Montevallo, AL, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus., 239, 272, 273. 332 

HARD. RUFIE WATSON. 
Birmingham. AL. Sophomore. 290. 
291 

HARDIN. BEVERLY JEAN. Oxford, 
MS. Junior, H.E.-lntr., 262, 263, 
366 

HARDING, WILLIAM WALDORF, 
Fairfield Bay, AR, Senior, Comp. 
Sci., 149, 153 

HARDY, JOHN CAZORT, 
Columbus, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus, 312, 313 

HARDY, JOHN DAVID, Bruce, MS, 
Senior, H., P.E. and Rec, 217 

HARLAN, DIANE ELAINE, Oxford, 
MS. Junior, Elem Ed., 288, 289 

HARLAN, MICHAEL WESLEY, 
Freshman, Pre-Accy . 292. 293 

HARLAN. WILLIAM EDWARD, 
Oxford. MS. Senior. Pre-Accy.. 
292. 293 

HARLIN. MARY JO. Mandeville. 
LA. Sophomore, Comm Dis., 266, 
267, 349 

HARMON, EMILY HALL, 
Columbia, TN, Sophomore, Elem. 
Ed, 274, 275 

HARMON, MICHAEL, Kosciusko, 
MS, Freshman, Gen. Bus.. 74. 75 

HARMON. ROY FRANKLIN III. 
Columbia. TN. Senior, English, 
126,136,140,145,147,215 

HARPER, JACK WALTER, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Accy., 
270.271.349 

HARPER. KELLY MARIE. New 
Orleans, LA, Sophomore, Elem. 
Ed, 306, 307 

HARPER. SUSAN ELIZABETH. 
Memphis, TN. Freshman, Gen. 
Bus.,215, 304, 305, 331 

HARRINGTON, MARY E. M., 
Senior, Math, 140, 152 

HARRIS, ANNE GREENE, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Elem Ed.. 
278. 279 

HARRIS. CAROLYN LOUISE. 
Tupelo. MS, Freshman, Pre-Accy., 
288, 289 

HARRIS, DAVID LEE JR., Victoria, 
TX, Freshman, Elec Eng., 239 

HARRIS, DONNA GAIL, Memphis, 
TN, Junior. Soc. Work, 266, 267 

HARRIS, DWIGHT L , Corinth, MS, 
Junior, Psyc, 154.366 

HARRIS. KYLE LANCE. Flora. MS. 
Freshman, Marking.. 284. 285. 331 

HARRIS. LUCY ROBINSON, 
Clarksdale. MS. Sophomore, Elem. 
Ed.. 278, 279 



HARRIS, MARILYNNE, Okolona, 
MS, Sophomore. Nursing. 306. 
307, 349 

HARRIS, MARY ELIZABETH, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Radio 
and TV, 304, 305 

HARRIS. MELINDA JOYCE. 
Columbia. TN. Junior. Bank and 
Fin , 201 , 215, 227, 274, 275, 366 

HARRIS, PHILIP EUGENE, 
Marietta, GA. Sophomore. 
Marktng, 31 0.311 

HARRIS, REVONDA DENISE, 
Coldwater, MS, Freshman, Comp. 
Sci , 242, 306, 307, 331 

HARRIS, TAMMY LEE, Hernando, 
MS, Junior, H , P E and Rec , 288, 
289 

HARRISON, BRIAN KIPLING, 
Brandon, MS, Junior. Mangmnt.. 
272. 273. 366 

HARRISON. DAN MAURICE. 
Forest. MS. Senior. Gen Bus . 156 

HARRISON. EMILY JANE. Tupelo. 
MS. Phrm.-I. Pharmacy. 280. 281. 
391 

HARRISON. JAMES MICHAEL. 
Junior. Mus. Educ. 215. 239. 366 

HARRISON. JOHN CALDWELL. 
New Albany. MS. Senior. Chem., 
126.136.145.366 

HARRISON. KIM LEIGH. Ripley, 
MS. Sophomore. Soc. Work. 250. 
262. 263. 349 

HARRISON. ROBERT LEE JR., Ft. 
Walton Beach, FL, Sophomore, 
284, 285, 349 

HARRISON, SARAH-FRANCES 
KING, Ashland, VA, Freshman, 
Bank and Fin , 247, 286, 287, 332 

HART, ANNE ALLEN, Inverness, 
MS, Senior, Music, 140. 155. 274. 
275 

HART. JULIE LYNN, Jackson, MS, 
Freshman, Elem. Ed., 239, 332 

HARVEY, REX DILLON, McComb, 
MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 1 45, 284, 
285 

HARWELL. ANN TAYLOR. 
Memphis. TN. Junior. Crt. Rptg., 
146,236.258,304,305,366 

HARWELL, SUSAN ELIZABETH, 
Columbia. TN. Sophomore. 274. 
275 

HARWOOD. KATHARINE 
BUTLER. Memphis. TN. 
Sophomore. Marking.. 274. 275 

HASHEM. AHMED MOHAMED. 
Senior. Chem. Eng.. 153 

HASKINS. CHRISTOPHER KIRK. 
McComb. MS. Sophomore. Gen. 
Bus . 284. 285. 332 

HASSELL, ROBYN JANE, Paris, 
TN, Sophomore, H., P E. and Rec . 
322. 323. 349 

HATCHER. JODY KEITH. Jackson. 
MS. Freshman. 298, 299, 332 

HATHAWAY, SUSAN OLIVIA, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, Accy., 150 

HATHCOCK, CATHY LYNN, 
Junior, Pharmacy. 288, 289 

HAUGH, SCOTT CHARLES, 
Berkeley, IL, Junior, Pol. Sci., 216 

HAWES, TERESA CAROL, 
Sikeston, MO, Freshman, S. Ed. 
Art, 290, 291 , 332 

HAWKINS, JAMES HALYARD, 
Memphis. TN. Senior. Gen. Bus.. 
109.308.309 

HAWKINS. KIMBERLY LEE. 
Phrm.-I. Pharmacy. 223 

HAWKINS. RICARDO L.. 
Indianola. MS. Junior. 268. 269. 
366 

HAYDEN. JOSEPH ANSELM. 
Caruthersville. MO. Junior. Civl. 
Eng. 314.315 

HAYDEN. LAURA KATHERINE. 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Nursing, 
306, 307 

HAYES. LAURA LYNNE. Piano. 
TX. Sophomore. Mar Biol . 262. 
263, 349 

HAYNES, DONALD HUBERT, 
Lambert, MS, Phrm.-I, Pharmacy. 
223.270.271.366 

HAYNES. HOPE AVERY. Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Elem. Ed . 280. 281 . 
366 

HAYNES, SANDRA ANN. Lambert. 
MS. Freshman. Spcl. Ed . 306. 307 



HAYS. BRENDA JOYCE. 
Greenwood. MS. Sophomore. 
Elem Ed , 262, 263. 350 

HAYS, MARI LYNN, Tupelo, MS. 
Sophomore. Nursing, 280, 281, 
350 

HAYS, VIRGINIA ANNETTE. 
Greenwood, MS, Phrm -11, 
Pharmacy. 262, 263, 391 

HAYS, WILLIAM LOUIS JR . 
Charleston. MS, Freshman. Pre- 
Accy ,316, 317 

HEAD, JANET MCLAURIN, Moss 
Point, MS, Sophomore, Gen Bus , 
280, 28, 350 

HEAD, KATHERINE NELSON. 
Moss Point. MS. Senior, Bank and 
Fin ,280, 281 

HEADLEY. MARKLAND ROLAND. 
Law II. Law. 147 

HEARD. CAROLYN COOPER, 
Baton Rouge. LA. Sophomore. 
Insur . 143. 145, 238. 278. 279. 350 

HEARD. ROBERT GOODWYN, 
Memphis. TN. Senior. Gen. Bus.. 
261 . 296. 297. 381 

HEATH. DAVID GERALD. Biloxi, 
MS, Junior, Dntstry., 282, 283 

HEBLER, KAREN RENEE, 
Vicksburg, MS, Sophomore, Elem 
Ed., 288, 289 

HECTOR, DAVID HOLCOMB. 
Gulfport. MS. Freshman. Gen. 
Bus.. 2%. 297 

HEGWOOD. RUSSELL KERRY. 
Fair Oaks. CA. Freshman. Pre- 
Accy. 298. 299 

HEITER. MATTHEW STEPHEN. 
Sophomore, Pol. Sci., 143, 350 

HELMS, JAMES SAMUEL JR., 
Sophomore, Gen Bus., 272. 273 

HEMENWAY. RICHARD ALAN. 
Frostproof, FL, Senior, Bank and 
Fin, 270, 271,366 

HEMPHILL, JANA LANELLE, 
Louisville, f^S, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 239 

HEMPHILL, TINA MICHELLE, 
Louisville, MS, Freshman, Comp. 
Sci, 238 

HENDERSON, DEREK ANDREW, 
Louisville, MS, Junior, Accy., 284, 
285 

HENDERSON, ELIZABETH 
SUSAN, Jackson, MS. Senior, 
Psyc.,140, 148, 247 

HENDERSON, RONNIE WAYNE, 
Tupelo, MS, Sophomore, Urban 
Ad., 272, 273 

HENDRIX, PHILLIP BOOTHE, 
Helena, AR, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
200,22.314.315.350 

HENDRIX. PHYLLIS EILEEN. 
McEwen. TN. Freshman, Elem. 
Ed., 288, 289, 332 

HENDRIX, RONALD LEE, Helena, 
AR, Senior, Mangmnt , 140, 145, 
261,314,315 

HENICK, ALDA CAMILLE, Yazoo 
City, MS, Freshman, English, 274, 
275, 332 

HENICK, LISA LYNN, Yazoo City, 
MS, Junior, Elem. Ed., 306, 307, 
366 

HENICK, MELANIE CARRIE, 
Yazoo City, MS, Junior. Gen. Bus.. 
203.215.274.275.366 

HENLEY. CHARLES PATTON. 
Hazlehurst, MS. Junior. Accy., 
282, 283 

HENLEY, KAYO HILDEBRANDT 
MISS, Jackson, MS, Freshman, 
290. 291 

HENNEN. EARL MICHAEL JR.. 
Jackson. MS. Junior. Pol. Sci.. 
298. 299 

HENRY. TERRY L.. Tutwiler. MS. 
Junior. Gen. Bus.. 253 

HENSON. JOHN LEONARD. 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Dntstry., 
272, 273, 332 

HENTZ, MARY LILLIAN, 
Cleveland, TN, Junior, Elem. Ed., 
199,248,266,267 

HERBERT, MAGAN JEAN, 
Nashville, TN, Freshman, Elem. 
Ed., 274, 275, 332 

HERRIN. JANE ELIZABETH. 
Hattiesburg. MS. Sophomore, 
English, 278, 279 



Index — 425 



Herring 



HERRING, MORRIS LYNN, 
Tupelo, MS, Senior, Gen Bus , 
316,317 

HERRING, PAULA ELIZABETH, 
Sophomore. City Mgt , 266, 267, 
350 

HERRINGTON, JACKSON ALLEN 
JR., New Albany, MS, Freshman, 
Gen Bus, 314,315, 332 

HERRINGTON, JOSEPH LESTER, 
Oxford, MS, Unclass , Pol Sci , 
239 

HERTZ. BELINDA JANE, Long 
Beach, MS, Junior, Radio and TV, 
246, 350 

HESTER, MICHAEL RAY, Tupelo, 
MS. Junior. Marking . 31 4, 31 5 

HESTER, NENA LEXENE, Tupelo, 
MS, Freshman. Elem. Ed . 274. 275 

HESTER, PEGGY JEAN. Raleigh, 
MS, Phrm.-lll, Pharmacy, 156, 391 

HEWITT. WILLIAM LLOYD, 
McComb. US, Junior, Bank and 
Fin ,312, 313 

HIATT. JENNIFER ANN. 
Freshman. Gen Bus , 290, 291 

HICKEY, JOHN C , Jackson, MS, 
Freshman, Gen Bus , 296. 297, 
332 

HICKMAN, JAMEYE LYNN, 
Picayune, MS, Sophomore. 
Nursing, 322, 323, 350 

HICKMAN, LANCE ALLEN, El 
Paso, TX, Junior, H., P.E. and 
Rec , 104 

HICKS. CAMILLE ELAINE, 
Oouglassville, PA, Junior, Crt 
Rptg.,238 

HICKS. FRANCES RUTH. 
Florence. AL. Junior. HE -Intr , 
108,288,289,366 

HICKS, JOHN SPAULDING, 
Jackson. TN. Senior. Urban Ad , 
292, 293 

HIGDON, MARK BYRON MR., 
Belzoni, MS, Freshman, Gen Bus., 
284, 285, 332 

HIGDON, SONDRA GAYLE, 
Jackson, MS. Senior. CIth. Mer , 
322, 323. 366 

HIGGS. CYRUS HENRY. Bolivar, 
TN, Junior, Accy , 276, 277, 350 

HIGH, DAVID EWIN, Sophomore, 
Urban Ad, 308, 309 

HIGHTOWER, ALICIA DIANNE, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Elem Ed , 
202,215.266.267,366 

HIJAZI. TOUFIC MUSTAPHA, 
University. MS. Senior. Elec. Eng.. 
140.153.384 

HILL. CAROLINE JOSETTE MISS. 
Memphis. TN. Freshman. Dent 
Hyg. 208. 304. 305. 332 

HILL, DOUGLAS LAMAR, 
Columbus, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 282, 283 

HILL, JACK DUGAN, Natchez, MS. 
Freshman, Bank and Fin , 154, 
239. 332 

HILL, MALINDA LOUISE, Water 
Valley, MS, Senior, H., P.E. and 
Rec , 238 

HILL, MICHAEL DEAN, Baldwyn, 
MS, Senior. Bank and Fin , 151, 
220, 381 

HILLERY, ANDREW EARL. New 
Orleans. LA. Freshman, Medicine, 
284, 285, 332 

HILLYER, BRUCE LEWIS, 
Memphis. TN. Junior, Pol Sci.. 
284. 285 

HINES. TODD R . Jackson. MS. 
Junior. Pre-Accy., 308. 309 

HINKEL. PETER LEE, Whitinsville. 
MA. Junior. Biol. Sci , 270. 271 

HINMAN. KENNETH FULGHUM. 
Pensacola. FL. Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin ,312.313 

HINRICHS, FRED TURNER, 
Columbia, MS, Unclass.. Bus 
Adm,292,293 

HINTON, DAVID HUGH, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Gen. Bus , 316, 
317 

HINTON. JAMES HOMER. 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Insur . 213, 
316,317 

HINTON, JUDY KAREN, Laurel, 
MS. Senior. Jour., 1 34. 215 

HITE, JACK LIPP JR , Vicksburg, 
MS, Senior, Lav* Enfo , 298, 299 



HITE, MARK RICHARDS, 
Sophomore, Gen Bus , 272, 273 

HIX. CAROL JEAN, Clarendon. 
AR, Senior. HE -Intr . 280. 281 . 
381 

HIXON. LEILA KATHLEEN, 
Freshman. 278. 279 

HO. SIUMAN, Tai Hang. Phrm -III. 
Pharmacy, 156 

HOBBS, LYLE SANFORD, 
Brookhaven, MS, Junior, Gen 
Bus, 312. 313 

HOCOTT. KIMBERLY ANN, 
Germantown. TN. Senior, CIth. 
Mer., 266, 267. 381 

HOCUTT. CAROL LANE, 
Lexington, MS, Senior. Psyc. 322. 
323 

HODGES. BARNEY LEE. New 
Albany, MS, Junior. Gen Bus . 
270.271 

HODGES. KEMPE TERRY, West, 
MS, Freshman, H , P E and Rec , 
212,300,301 

HODGES. MARGARET FRANCES. 
Jackson. MS. Junior, Art-lntr.. 304, 
305, 366 

HODGES, ROBERT FRANKLIN III. 
Trenton. TN. Freshman. 
Pharmacy. 300. 301 

HOFFMAN. GEORGE WILDEN JR.. 
Sophomore. 314.315 

HOFFMAN. KATHERINE ANN. 
New Orleans. LA, Senior, Accy , 
126,138,146.151,157.259.275. 
381 

HOFFMAN. WILLIAM DEAN, 
Oxford. MS. Grad I. Socio., 208 

HOGAN, CONNIE CYRENA, 
McComb, MS, Senior, Comm. Dis., 
280, 281 , 381 

HOGAN, JEAN ALICE, Clarksdale. 
MS, Sophomore. 288. 289 

HOGAN, SHIRLEY MARTIN, 
Oxford, MS, Grad I, Phrm. Sci., 
156 

HOKEY, EVELYN MORRIS. Blue 
Mountain, MS, Junior, V. Hm. Ec, 
246 

HOLCOMB, WILLIAM EDGAR III, 
Columbus, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 1 43. 1 45. 203. 261 . 296. 
297, 350 

HOLDEN, LEIGHANNE GRACE, 
Senior, El. Ed K8, 1 54, 238, 366 

HOLDORF, PAMELA MEB, 
Jackson, MS. Junior, H.E.-lntr., 
239, 350 

HOLDORF, WENDY LYNN, 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore, Psyc, 
143.239.350 

HOLIDAY, TRACY DIANE, Clinton, 
MS, Sophomore. Math. 262. 263, 
350 

HOLLABAUGH. VIRGINIA N., 
Franklin, TN. Sophomore. Gen. 
Bus.. 266. 267 

HOLLAND, CORNELIA, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Elem Ed , 306, 307, 
366 

HOLLAND, HOLLY SHAW, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Elem 
Ed, 262, 263,332 

HOLLAND, JAN CAROL, Junior, 
Psyc, 210, 225, 257, 304, 305, 366 

HOLLEMAN, MARTHA J., 
Clarksdale, MS, Phrm. -II. 
Pharmacy, 215, 223, 391 

HOLLEMAN, MARY LAURA, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Radio and 
TV, 304, 305 

HOLLEMAN, TIMOTHY CHARLES, 
Gulfport, MS, Law II. Law, 201 , 350 

HOLLENBECK, STANLEY WADE, 
Steele, MO, Senior, Jour , 239, 381 

HOLLEY, BARBARA LEE, 
Freshman, Art-lntr , 286, 287, 332 

HOLLEY, JOSEPH EUGENE JR , 
Tupelo, MS, Junior, Biol Sci., 148, 
366 

HOLLEY. ROBERT DEAN, 
Pontotoc, MS, Junior. Med. Tech.. 
216.366 

HOLLIDAY. JOHN MARK. Ripley. 
MS. Junior. Chem. Eng.. 136. 143. 
145.316.317.350 

HOLLIDAY, JOHNNY DANIEL, 
At>erdeen, MS. Senior. Accy.. 284, 
285, 366 



HOLLINGSWORTH, HEZ L., 
Morton, MS, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin., 308, 309 

HOLLISTER, RALPH HUSTON, 
Pascagoula, MS, Senior. Gen 
Bus.. 292. 293 

HOLLOCHER. ROBERT WILLIAM. 
Florissant. MO. Senior, Marking., 
252, 366 

HOLLOMAN, TIMOTHY LEWIS, 
Bay Springs, MS, Sophomore, 
Radio and TV, 239 

HOLLOWAY, HELEN LETITIA, 
Louise, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 
21 5, 220, 225, 266, 267, 257, 366 

HOLMAN, HOLLY FAYE, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Comm. Dis., 210, 
274, 275, 332 

HOLMES, ELIZABETH MARY, Bay 
St. Louis, MS. Freshman, Psyc. 
239, 332 

HOLMES, SUSAN LAURIE, 
Wiggins, MS, Senior, Comm. Dis., 
239, 366 

HOLSTROM. BRYAN DONALD. 
Elgin. IL. Junior. Bank and Fin., 
149,220,300,301,366 

HOLT, CAROL ANN, Salisbury, 
MD, Sophomore, Elem. Ed., 306, 
307 

HOLT, DOUGLAS GORDON, Little 
Rock, AR. Grad. Pen .Educ. 109 

HOLWADEL, RUSSELL 
DOUGLAS, St. Louis, MO, Junior, 
Marking., 296, 297 

HOMAN, LISA ANN, Shannon, MS, 
Freshman, Elem. Ed., 304, 305, 
332 

HOMAN, MICHAEL HENRY, 
Akron, PA, Freshman, Civl. Eng., 
107 

HOOD, BETSY DIANNE, Calhoun 
City, MS, Sophomore, Urban Ad.. 
143.142.290.291.350 

HOOD. IRIS RENEE. Benton. MS. 
Senior. Pre-Accy.. 149. 299. 291 . 
381 

HOOKER. CYNTHIA LYNN. 
Clinton, MS, Grad. 1, 138, 146, 266, 
267 

HOOPER, PEYTON 
SPOTTSWOOD, Oxford, MS, 
Freshman, Gen. Bus., 270, 271 

HOOPER, WILLIAM KINS JR., 
Freshman, Gen. Bus., 74, 80, 270, 
271,332 

HOOVER, MARK DABNEY, Dallas, 
TX, Junior, Gen. Bus.. 276, 277 

HOOVER, TRACEY JANE, 
Winona, MS, Sophomore, H E- 
Intr , 208, 306, 307 

HOPKINS. CHERYL LEIGH, 
Oxford, MS, Senior, Gen. Bus , 220 

HOPKINS, HEIDI, Sophomore, 
274. 275 

HOPKINS, HOLLY, Oxford. MS, 
Unclass., 134 

HOPKINS, MARYEM FOWLKES, 
Gulfport, MS, Sophomore, Bank 
andFin.,278, 279, 350 

HOPSON, KAREN RENEE, 
Vicksburg, MS, Junior, Comm. 
Dis , 243, 288. 289 

HOPSON, RALPH STUART. 
Tupelo, MS, Freshman, Gen Bus.. 
320. 321 

HORD. ALICE MITCHELL. 
Memphis. TN. Sophomore. Med. 
Tech.. 288, 289 

HORNE, OLIVE COKER, Jackson. 
MS. Junior, Marking., 278, 279, 
366 

HORNE, PATRICIA BURNS, 
Brandon, MS, Sophomore, 
Marking, 304, 305 

HORNER, LEEANN, Pine Bluff, AR, 
Freshman, Mangmnl., 215, 306, 
307, 332 

HOSSE, LYNN LOUISE, 
Brentwood, TN, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus., 304, 305 

HOUSE, BECKY ANN, Hazen, AR, 
Sophomore, Jour, and Adv., 143, 
236, 266, 267 

HOUSE, MARY ELIZABETH, Glen 
Arm, MD, Freshman, Psyc, 266, 
267, 332 

HOUSEHOLDER, WILLIAM 
EDWIN, University, MS, Senior, H . 
P E and Rec, 109 



HOUSTON. ANN MONTGOMERY. 
Sophomore. Jour.. 215. 266. 267. 
350 

HOUSTON. JOHN WASCOM. 
Memphis. TN. Freshman. English. 
314.315 

HOWARD, DAVID HECTOR. 
Memphis. TN. Sophomore, Psyc, 
284. 285 

HOWARD. M ELIZABETH. 
Freshman. Gen. Bus.. 274. 275 

HOWARD. TANYA RENEE, Junior. 
Mangmnt.. 262. 263. 366 

HOWARD. WILLIAM T JR., 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Bank and 
Fin., 284, 285 

HOWELL, DONNA LOUISE, 
Freshman, 306, 307, 332 

HOWELL, JAMES MARK, Water 
Valley, MS. Freshman. Gen. Bus., 
270, 271 

HOWELL, JOHN CLIFTON, 
Clinton, MS, Senior, English, 206, 
272, 273 

HOWELL, LEIGH ANN, Nashville, 
TN, Senior, S. Ed. Mat., 304. 305. 
381 

HOWELL. MICHAEL GRADY, 
Junior, Pre-Accy., 149.314, 315 

HOWELL, PAUL BYRON, Water 
Valley, MS, Law I, Law, 147, 270, 
271 

HOWELL, VAUGHN DALE, Halley, 
MS, Senior, Bank and Fin, 1 51 , 
381 

HOWELL, WILLIAM P. JR., 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, 
Marking., 212, 251. 314, 315. 350 

HOWZE, BETTY LYNN, Sledge, 
MS, Junior, Elem. Ed., 278. 279, 
366 

HUBBARD, JEFFREY PAUL, 
Jackson. MS. Senior. Bank and 
Fin .147. 151.292. 293 

HUBBARD. MILLEIGH RANDLE. 
Cordova. TN. Sophomore. Gen. 
Bus.. 243. 266. 267. 350 

HUBBERT. MICHAEL WAYNE. 
Shubuta. MS. Junior. Dntstry.. 145, 
148,212,215,366 

HUCH, KIM MARIE, Long Beach, 
MS, Senior, Biol. Sci., 322, 323, 
381 

HUDGINS. MARY DIANE, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Radio and TV, 278, 
279. 366 

HUDSPETH. BRENT SHELTON. 
Oxford. MS. Senior. Marking.. 292, 
293 

HUDSPETH, HARVEY GRESHAM. 
Oxford, MS, Law II. Law. 136 

HUFF. BRADLEY RAY. Meridian, 
MS, Sophomore, Pre-Accy., 296. 
297, 350 

HUFF, TIMOTHY KIETH, Natchez, 
MS, Junior, H., P.E. and Rec, 83, 
109 

HUFF, WALTER WILLIAM, 
Monroe, LA, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 284, 285, 350 

HUGGINS, HOLLY LYNN, 
Southaven, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy , 274, 275 

HUGHES, ANDY KARL, Magee, 
MS. Law II. Law. 251 

HUGHES. BETHANY ANNETTE, 
Freshman, Pharmacy, 288, 289 

HUGHES, JEFFERSON LEE. 
Lexington. MS. Sophomore. Pre- 
Accy. 215. 308. 309 

HUGHES. KATHERINE MARIE. 
Senior. Rec Ldrs., 108, 210 

HUGHSTON, MARGARET LANE, 
Mandeville, LA, Senior, Elem Ed., 
138,146,306.307 

HULICK, ALLISON LYNN, Junior, 
Mus Educ , 155 

HULL, CLARENCE GALLOWAY IV. 
Greenwood, MS, Sophomore, 
Mangmnt , 312, 313 

HULL, GRACE GIVENS, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Elem. Ed , 306, 307 

HUMPHREY, WILLIAM ROBERT. 
University. MS. Senior. English. 
127. 136. 140. 147, 148. 272. 273 

HUNSINGER. RONALD N., Oxford. 
MS. Grad. III. Phrm. Sci, 156 

HUNT. JEFFREY CRAIG. 
Senatobla. MS. Freshman. Mus. 
Educ. 239. 332 



HUNT. MARY PELHAM. Memphis. 
TN. Senior. HE -Intr . 274. 275 

HUNTER. DONINE. Pensacola, FL, 
Junior. Insur . 213. 304. 305 

HUNTER, PAULA ADELE, 
Aberdeen, MS, Junior, Marking , 
280,281,381 

HURDLE, FRANK MOORE, 
Sophomore, Gen Bus . 300. 301 

HURDLE, SIDNEY LANIER JR , 
Holly Springs. MS. Law II. Law. 200 

HURLEY. VICKI JOYCE. Memphis. 
TN, Sophomore. Radio and TV. 
266. 267, 350 

HURST, CHARLES ALFRED, 
Marion. AR, Senior, Bank and Fin.. 
211.316.317.366 

HURST. JOSEPH STEVE. Senior, 
Chem ,239 

HURT, ANDREW WELLBORN, 
Freshman, Chem. Eng , 239. 332 

HURT. SUSAN AMANDA, 
Indianola, MS, Senior. Comm Dis.. 
274. 275. 366 

HUTT. LISA L.. Pine Bluff. AR. 
Sophomore. Rec. Ldrs.. 274. 275 

HUTTON. MARGARET TURNER. 
Nashville. TN. Senior, Arl Hist., 
274. 275 

HYATT. KELLY ELAINE. 
Germantown. TN. Freshman, Gen. 
Bus , 262, 263. 332 

HYDE. ESTELLE MARIE. Mobile. 
AL. Sophomore. 102. 103. 108, 
246 

HYDE, KATHRYN LOUISE, 
Freshman, 290, 291 , 332 

HYDE. ROBERT O JR , Memphis. 
TN. Junior. Marking.. 316. 317 



I 



IGWIKE. RICHARD SUNDAY. 
Emugu Anambra. Unclass. Intr 
Rel.145 

IKERD. HELANNE ELISE, Friers 
Point, MS, Sophomore, Elem. Ed., 
266, 267, 350 

ILES, MARK GREGORY, Natchez, 
MS, Sophomore, English, 298, 299 

IMRE, RONALD LEO, Sophomore, 
Mech. Eng., 239, 350 

INGRAM, MARIAN RUTH, Pine 
Bluff, AR, Sophomore, Jour , 229, 
266, 267, 350 

INMAN, CHARLES EUGENE, 
Calhoun City, MS, Junior, 
Mangmnt., 220, 320, 321 

IRELAND, SELBY ALLEN, Clinton, 
MS, Freshman, Pre-Accy , 215, 
282, 285 

ISBELL, STEVEN BRYAN, Corinth, 
MS,Grad. I.Econ, 151 

lUPE, MICHAEL JOSEPH, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin ,298, 299 

IVES, DAVID JOHN, Freshman, 
Gen. Bus, 292, 293 

IVES, LAUREN LILLIAN, Franklin, 
TN, Sophomore, Pre-Accy , 306, 
307. 350 

IVY. JAMES L. Oxford. MS. 
Senior, H. P.E. and Rec, 91 

IVY, MARIA, Shannon. MS. Junior. 
H. P.E. and Rec. 212. 215. 262. 
263. 366 



J 



JACKS. CAROLYN JAN. Jackson. 
MS. Senior. S. Ed. S. S . 274. 275 

JACKSON. CHARLES E. III. 
McComb. MS, Senior, Comp. Sci., 
145,238,282,283 

JACKSON, CYNTHIA DIANNE 
BLAKENEY, Poplarville, MS, 
Phrm.-lll. Pharmacy, 156, 391 

JACKSON, JEAN HIGH. Jackson. 
MS. Junior. S. Ed. L S.. 244. 253. 
366 

JACKSON. JOSEPH DENNIS, 
Oxford, MS, Grad. Ill, Phrm. Sci., 
156 



426 — Index 



Kulbeth 



JACKSON. WAYNE ROSE, 
Clarksdale, MS. Unclass.. Publ 
Adm. 136 

JACKSON, RANDY LEWIS, 
Freshman, Jour, and Adv., 314, 
315 

JACKSON, ROBERT CURTIS II, 
Long Beach, MS, Sophomore, 
310,311.350 

JACKSON. SERENA ELIZABETH. 
Marks. MS. Junior. Radio and TV. 
202. 278. 279 

JACOBS. GINA MARIE. Meridian. 
MS. Senior. Bank and Fin.. 140. 
145.150.151 

JACOBS. JENNY MCCLOY. 
University. MS. Senior. Econ . 244 

JACOBS. RONALD B . Atlanta. GA. 
Lavir I, Law. 280 

JACOBSON. ROBERT JULIUS. 
Pascagoula. MS. Junior. Insur.. 
213.350 

JAMES. CHERYL LYNN. 
Batesvllle. MS, Junior, Home Ec, 
247. 350 

JAMESON, DAVID LEONARD, 
Eupora, MS, Senior, Bank and 
Fin, 314,315 

JAMESON, STUART CURTIS, 
Freshman. Bank and Fin . 314. 315 

JANKOWSKI. THOMAS MARK. 
Tokyo. Sophomore, 318. 319. 350 

JANSEN. DANIEL JOSEPH. 
Memphis. TN. Sophomore. Gen 
Bus. 316. 317 

JARRELL. PAUL GREGORY. 
Sikeston. MO. Senior. Pre-Accy.. 
157.382 

JAUDON. MICHAEL A.. Batesville. 
MS. Senior. Bank and Fin.. 150. 
239. 382 

JEFCOAT. HARVON GREGORY. 
Soso. MS. Senior. H.. P E and 
Rec . 109 

JEFFERSON. CHARLENE 
ROSALIND. Vicksburg. MS. 
Freshman. Pre-Accy . 220 

JEFFREYS. JON BRADLEY. 
Jackson. MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 212, 316, 317 

JELKS, JAMES LEON JR., 
Centreville, MS, Phrm.-ll, 
Pharmacy. 223. 300. 301 . 391 

JELLIFFE. MELANIE HUDSON. 
Freshman. Theatre. 280. 281 . 332 

JENKINS. CHARLES MICHAEL. 
Plantersvllle. MS. Junior. Geol 
Eng. 145. 153. 367 

JENKINS. FANNIE LEE. Oakland. 
MS. Senior. Elem. Ed., 215. 382 

JENKINS. JOEDAE LAVET. 
Clarksdale. MS. Senior. English. 
147.382 

JENKINS. JOHN OSMUND. 
Clarksdale. MS. Senior. Pol. Sci.. 
127.198,261.268.269.382 

JENKINS. MARY BENTLEY. 
Birmingham. AL. Sophomore. 
Theatre. 278. 279 

JENKINS. TANYA L.. McComb. 
MS, Junior, Elem Ed , 306, 307 

JENNINGS, JACK STEWART, 
Jackson, MS. Senior. Marking.. 
308. 309 

JESTER. MARION ELIZABETH. 
Freshman, Jour and Adv., 229. 
278. 279 

JETTON. LETITIA LEIGH. 
Freshman. Art-lntr . 304. 305. 332 

JINNETTE, STEVEN WARD. 
Nashville. TN. Sophomore. 296. 
297 

JOE. RAYMOND HING. Marks, MS, 
Senior, Comp Sci., 320, 321 . 382 

JOHNSON. CRAIG ELLIOT. 
Indianola. MS. Sophomore. 
Pharmacy. 276. 277. 350 

JOHNSON. DAVID H . Durant, MS. 
Junior. Dntstry . 284. 285 

JOHNSON. ELIZABETH ANN. New 
Orleans. LA. Sophomore. Gen 
Bus . 262. 263. 350 

JOHNSON. JAY ALAN. Oxford. 
MS. Senior. Chem . 228. 238 

JOHNSON. JAY MICHAEL. 
McComb. MS. Senior. Mus. Educ, 
240. 298, 299 

JOHNSON. JOHN J . Athens. AL. 
Junior. H . P E and Rec . 109. 253. 
382 



JOHNSON. KENDALL MOSELEY. 
Freshman. Mus Educ . 239 

JOHNSON. KURT DARWIN. 
Clinton. MS. Senior. Biol. Sci.. 148 

JOHNSON. LESLYE ANN. Oxford, 
MS. Sophomore. Art, 274, 275 

JOHNSON. MICHAEL LANE. 
Helena. AR. Sophomore. Law 
Enfo . 292. 293 

JOHNSON. MOLLY ELIZABETH. 
Jacksonville. FL. Senior. Elem 
Ed . 322, 323. 382 

JOHNSON. RICHARD ALLEN. 
Dyersburg. TN. Freshman, Pre- 
Accy . 296. 297 

JOHNSON. RICKEY. Senior. H.. 
PE and Rec .91 

JOHNSON. RITA ANN. Freshman. 
Jour. 266. 267. 333 

JOHNSON. ROCHESTER 
MELVILLE. Freshman. Gen Bus . 
296. 297 

JOHNSON. SIDNEY ALBERT. 
Goodman. MS, Senior. Ast. and 
Phys . 276. 277. 381 

JOHNSON. VERA ANN. Greenville. 
MS. Sophomore. Nursing. 246 

JOHNSON. WILLIAM BLAIR, 
Jackson. MS. Junior. Pre-Accy.. 
145.308.309 

JOHNSON. WILMA AYLEEN. 
LeIand. MS. Phrm.-ll. Pharmacy. 
121. 136.127. 138.178.145. 146. 
199.201.280.281.392 

JOHNSTON. BILLY JOE JR., 
McCool, MS, Sophomore. Mech 
Eng. 300. 301 

JOHNSTON. CLYDE A.. McCool. 
MS. Senior. Accy. 150 

JOHNSTON. GREGORY 
CHARLES. Tupelo. MS. Junior. 
Gen. Bus .314.315 

JOHNSTON. MARGARET ANNE, 
Jackson, MS, Senior. English. 306. 
307. 382 

JOHNSTON. PAUL BRADY. Short 
Hills. NJ. Sophomore. Mech Eng , 
320. 321 . 350 

JOHNSTON. REBECCA 
HENDRICK. Jackson, MS, 
Sophomore, S Ed Mat., 143, 274, 
275 

JOINER, CAROLYN BONITA, 
Batesville, MS, Sophomore, 
Mangmnt, 210.350 

JOLLY. ANGELA DRUE. Shannon. 
MS. Unclass.. Home Ec. 155. 382 

JOLLY. JOCELYN HOLLAND. 
Freshman. Phys. Tpy . 250. 333 

JOLLY. THOMAS ELWYN JR.. 
Junior. Accy . 276. 277. 367 

JONES. ALLEN GAFFORD, New 
Albany. MS. Senior. Chem.. 134. 
136.140.145.148.210,382 

JONES, CANDACE CECELIA, 
Inverness, MS, Junior. HE -Intr . 
290. 291 

JONES. CARLISLE GASTON. 
Clarksdale. MS. Sophomore. Elem 
Ed . 278, 279. 350 

JONES. CHRISTY ANN, 
Caruthersville, MO, Junior, 
Marking , 220. 304. 305. 367 

JONES. CLIFTON RULE. Pine 
Bluff. AR. Grad. III. Music. 240 

JONES. CONSTANCE ANN. 
Laurel. MS. Phrm -II. Pharmacy. 
223 

JONES. DAVID JR . Oxford. MS. 
Grad. I. Educ. 239 

JONES. HOWELL ROBINSON. 
Freshman. Insur . 312. 313 

JONES. JENNIFER ALICE. 
Brookhaven. MS. Senior. Chem . 
278, 279, 382, 392 

JONES, MARION FRANCES, 
Columbus, MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 142,280.281 

JONES. MELISSA IRENE. Amory. 
MS. Sophomore. Mus. Educ . 143. 
155.322.323.350 

JONES, MONTGOMERY 
NEWTON, Freshman, Gen Bus , 
312,313 

JONES. NANCY MARIE. St Louis. 
MO, Senior, Marking , 140, 150, 
306, 307, 382 

JONES, NOLAN RAY, Jackson, 
MS. Freshman. Mus Educ . 154. 
239 



JONES, PHILIP ROWE, Freshman, 
215 

JONES, TRAGI VIRGINIA, Tupelo. 
MS. Sophomore. Gen Bus.. 304. 
305. 350 

JONES. VIRGINIA ANN. Memphis, 
TN. Junior. Pre-Accy., 262. 263. 
290. 291 

JONES, WILLIAM RICHARD, 
Memphis. TN, Senior, Marking., 
260, 272, 273, 382 

JORDAN, JAMES LESLIE, 
Kosciusko, MS, Unclass , 109 

JORDAN. KATHLEEN. 
Birmingham. AL. Freshman. Crt 
Rptg..105.306.307 

JOSLIN. DAVID BRUCE. Oxford. 
MS. Grad. III. Educ . 207 

JOYNER. LESLIE EASON. 
Jackson. MS. Senior. Pol. Sci . 
182.210,278.279 

JOYNER, THOMAS LEE III, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Insur., 
145,296,297,350 

JUOD, MARGARET SUSAN. 
Metairie. LA. Sophomore. Jour . 
262, 263 

JUDD. MARY LISA. Metairie. LA. 
Sophomore. Pol Sci . 262. 263 



K 



KAHLER. KAREN ANNE. 
Lindenhurst. NY. Sophomore. 
Jour. . 1 43, 229. 290. 291 . 350 

KAJFEZ. ZORA. Senior. English. 
140 

KAPEGHIAN. JOHN CURTIS. Grad 
III, Phrm. Sci.. 156.223 

KASSEL. CAROLYN JEAN. 
Jackson, MS. Junior, Comm. Dis.. 
262. 263 

KATOOL, JOSEPH ALLEN, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy. 272. 273 

KEEN, WILLIAM GARVIN, 
Southaven, MS, Freshman, Mus. 
Educ. 238 

KEETON. PAULA KAYE, Jackson. 
MS, Senior, Bank and Fin., 247. 
382 

KELLEY. MARK LENNOX, Steele. 
MO. Junior. Radio and TV. 145 

KELLUM, MARK JACKSON, 
Tupelo, MS, Junior, Medicine, 136, 
145,148.316.317 

KELLY. JAMES CLIFTON III, 
Mount Olive. MS, Phrm.-ll, 
Pharmacy, 222 

KELLY, STEVEN DALE, Tupelo, 
MS, Sophomore, Thry -Com , 239 

KENDALL, SARA KATHERINE, 
Bolton, MS, Freshman, Gen. Bus.. 
274. 275. 333 

KENDRICK. MARAY TREG. 
Senior. H E.-lntr . 201. 202. 210. 
288, 289, 382 

KENDRICK, SHANNA KALE, 
Florence, AL, Freshman, Soc. 
Work, 288, 289 

KENDRICKS, SAMUEL BARR, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior. Bank and 
Fln..145, 272.273. 367 

KENDRICKS. SCOTT HATHORN. 
Clarksdale. MS. Freshman, Jour.. 
107.333 

KENNEDY, EDWIN JEFF GILMER, 
Gulfport, MS, Senior, Chem., 136, 
140,145,147,148,316,317 

KENNEDY, JIMMY DERRICK, 
Shannon, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus. 284, 285 

KENNEDY, JOHN LARRY JR., 
Clinton. MS. Freshman. Medicine, 
314,315,333 

KENNEDY, KIMBERLY ANN, 
Meridian, MS, Senior, Mus. Educ, 
145,278,279 

KENNEDY, LAURIE ELIZABETH, 
Canton, MS, Junior, Bank and Fin., 
1 45. 201 , 202. 21 5. 227. 274, 275, 
367 

KENNEDY, PATRICE MARLENE. 
Houston, TX, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus . 286. 287. 333 

KENNEDY. WILLIAM SELBY JR.. 
England. AR. Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin., 292, 293 



KENNELL, HAROLD, Greenwood. 
MS. Senior. Elec Eng . 261 . 383 

KENNERLY. JOHN RUSSELL. 
Alice. TX. Senior, Mus Educ, 238, 
240, 383 

KENNEY, MELISSA ANNE, 
Pontotoc. MS. Sophomore. H . 
PE and Rec . 262. 263 

KENT, GREGORY SCOTT, Amory, 
MS, Senior, Jour and Adv . 212. 
314.315 

KENT. RAMONA. Osyka. MS. 
Junior. Marking . 105. 108. 215. 
278.279,367 

KENT, RICHARD ATHERTON III, 
Osyka, MS, Freshman, Gen Bus., 
284. 285, 333 

KENWORTHY. SCOTT FOSTER, 
Ocean Springs. MS. Freshman. 
Quan Mgt . 106 

KENWRIGHT. LEIGH ANN. 
Greenwood. MS. Freshman, 
Pharmacy. 288. 289 

KERN. BENJAMIN JOSEPH JR . 
Clinton, MS, Junior, Bank and Fin , 
272, 273 

KERN, STEVEN LAWRENCE, 
Clinton, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus. 272, 273 

KETCHINGS, WALTER HOGUE, 
Natchez, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy ,298. 299 

KEYES, PETER FRANKLIN, 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 314, 315 

KEYS, BARBARA ANN, Alice, TX, 
Freshman, Gen. Bus . 239. 333 

KEYS, SARA FOWLER, Sandston, 
VA, Unclass. . Bus. Adm. . 1 51 . 1 57 

KHATTAB. MAHMOUD SALEH. 
University. MS. Senior. Civl Eng . 
156.383.395 

KHRAIBI, ALI AMIN, Saida, Grad I, 
Engr. Sci.. 156 

KIES. RICHARD WILLIAM JR.. 
Lodl. OH, Sophomore. Mangmnt.. 
106 

KIFFER. GEORGIANNA. Oxford, 
MS, Grad. I. Bus. Adm. 157 

KILLEGREW. ANGELA MARIE, 
Long Beach, MS. Sophomore. 
Soc Work. 143 

KILLELEA. DONNA ANN. Natchez. 
MS, Sophomore, Comm Dis., 288, 
289 

KILLELEA, MARGEE, Natchez, 
MS, Junior. CIth. Mer., 288. 289 

KILPATRICK. WILLIS HOWARD, 
Philadelphia, MS, Phrm. -I, 
Pharmacy, 223, 392 

KIMBALL, GEORGE WINSTON, 
Senior, Marking., 302. 303 

KIMBALL, NANCY ANN, 
Germantown, TN, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy, 210. 286. 287. 333 

KIMBERLIN, SHARON KAY, 
Sophomore, Inst. Mgt.. 274, 275 

KIMBROUGH, DAVID SCOTT, 
Jackson. MS, Junior, Accy., 276, 
277 

KIMBROUGH, GRAHAM BUTLER, 
Osceola, AR, Freshman, Marking., 
292. 293 

KIMBROUGH. PITT STONE, 
Coffeeville. MS. Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus. 312. 313 

KIMBROUGH. SHANNON P.. 
Jackson. MS, Sophomore, H E.- 
lntr.. 242, 306, 307 

KIMMONS, CHERYL WYVETTE, 
New Albany, MS, Freshman. Gen. 
Bus.. 247. 333 

KING, DAVID ALAN, Senior, 
Mangmnt., 245 

KING. JOHN MORGAN. Oxford. 
MS. Sophomore. Gen. Bus.. 308. 
309 

KING, KIMBERLY ANNE. Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Elem. Ed.. 274. 275 

KING. KRISTIE. Nashville. TN, 
Junior, Pre-Accy., 266. 267 

KING. MICHAEL DON. Houlka. MS. 
Freshman. 223, 333 

KING, NELL MOSELEY, Bristol, 
TN, Junior, Pre-Accy , 136. 197. 
145.146.180.288.289.367 

KINNETT. KAREN SUE. Oxford, 
MS, Junior, Crt. Rptg., 220 



KINNEY. JACK THOMAS JR . 
Memphis. TN. Senior. Urban Ad , 
308,309 

KIRCHGESSNEfl, MARK D , 
Monroe, LA, Sophiomore, Gen 
Bus, 261,351 

KIRK, KENNETH HENRY, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior. Marking., 
292. 293 

KIRKLAND. JAMES SCOTT. New 
Albany. MS. Junior. Law Enfo . 
270.271 

KIRKLAND. JOHN B , Atlanta. GA. 
Sophomore. Accy . 300. 301 

KIRKSEY. ROBERT CARSON. 
Mantachie, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 272. 273. 333 

KIRKSEY. ROBYN SYDNEY. 
Tupelo. MS. Senior. Adm Serv.. 
322. 323 

KIRSCHTEN. SAM GWIN. Grad III, 
Bus Adm , 151 

KISNER, DONALD WAYDE, 
Westpoint, MS, Junior, Bank and 
Fin. 83, 109, 367 

KITCHINGS, MARIAN ELIZABE. 
Jackson, MS, Junior. CIth Mer., 
280. 281 

KITTRELL. HALDON JAMES. 
Senior. Mangmnt . 212. 252. 383 

KITTRELL. MARTIN CARTER. 
Grenada. MS. Junior. Jour and 
Adv. 229. 351 

KLINGEN. JOSEPH LEONARD, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Accy , 296, 
297 

KNIGHT, ANDREW JACKSON II, 
Jacksonville, FL, Senior, Accy., 
298, 299, 383 

KNIGHT, ELIZABETH CARR 
WILLIAMS. Oxford. MS. Senior. 
CIth. Mer.. 322. 323. 383 

KNIGHT. PAUL FORD. Jackson. 
MS. Junior. Chem.. 145. 227. 282. 
283 

KNIGHT, ROBERT TERRELL JR., 
Junior. Gen. Bus. 314. 315. 351 

KNIGHT. SYLVIA RENE. 
Mendenhall. MS. Senior, Gen. 
Bus. 304. 305. 383 

KNIGHT. VICTOR EUGENE, 
Stoughton, Wl, Sophomore, Jour, 
282,283,351 

KNIGHT, VIRGINIA LUCILE, 
Taylorsville, MS, Freshman, Art, 
274,275 

KNISTER, SUSAN LYNN, Roswell, 
GA, Junior, English, 266, 267, 367 

KNOX, CAROLYN JOAN, St. 
Petersburg, FL, Freshman, 
Nursing, 21 5. 290. 291 . 333 

KNOX, GREGORY CAMERON, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, 
Marking, 298. 299 

KNOX. RICKY ALLEN, Houston, 
MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 145. 367 

KNOX. TRACY LEIGH. Memphis, 
TN. Junior. H.. P E. and Rec . 322, 
323, 367 

KOENIG. GREGORY MARK. 
Belleville. IL. Freshman. Gen. 
Bus., 106 

KOESTLER, LAURIE KAY, 
Greenville, MS, Junior, Marking., 
278, 279 

KORTE, STEPHEN W., Lowell, IN, 
Sophomore, Mangmnt , 300, 301 

KOSTELNY, OMAR BENEDICT, 
Lockport, IL, Senior, Marking., 
261 . 302, 303, 383 

KRAUSNICK, EDWARD CARL JR., 
Memphis. TN. Freshman. Gen. 
Bus. 312. 313 

KRUGER, CHARLES BAXTER. 
Prentiss, MS, Senior, Pol. Sci., 
147.314.315.383 

KRYNICKI. HOLLY ELIZABETH. 
Glen Ellyn. IL, Sophomore, Comp. 
Sci., 262, 263 

KUCKER, ROBERT GEORGE JR., 
Trumbull. CT. Junior. Marking.. 
298. 299 

KUEHN, KATHERINE CHESLEY, 
Richardson, TX, Sophomore, 
Marking., 290, 291 

KULA, ROBERT E., New York 
Mills. NY, Junior, Bank and Fin., 
276. 277 

KULBETH. MARY JAYNE. LeIand. 
MS. Senior, S. Ed. Egl.. 304, 305 



Index — 427 



Kuykendall 



KUYKENDALL, JOHN M III, 
Jackson. MS. Junior. Gen Bus . 
145.314.315 

KYLE. ROBERT TALLEY III, 
Memphis. TN. Sophomore. 
Marking.. 276. 277, 292, 293, 351 



L 



LAFFIN, LINDA JO, Indianapolis, 
IN, Junior. V. Hm Ec , 244 

LAIRD. ERNEST EDWARD III. 
Jackson. MS. Senior. Pre-Accy.. 
147.157.308.309 

LAIRD, STEVEN WILLIAMS, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy , 142, 143, 145, 261, 308. 
309, 351 

LAKE, ROBERT HAMILTON. 
Jackson. MS. Junior. Biol Sci . 
284.285 

LAMB. ANGELA SUSAN. 
Greenville. MS. Freshman. 
Marktng.210, 304, 325, 333 

LAMB, CYNTHIA SUZANNE, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, H E -Intr , 
304, 305. 383 

LAMB. JAMES ERIC. Florence. AL. 
Junior. Bank and Fin . 154. 276, 
277,367 

LAMB, JAMES LEON, Southaven, 
MS, Senior, Biol Sci . 238, 252, 
320,321.383 

LAMB. SAMUEL MICHAEL. 
Tupelo. MS. Sophomore. Pre- 
Accy . 215, 284, 285 

LAMB, SCOTT GRAYSON, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman. Psyc. 
316.317.333 

LAMBERT, CHRISTOPHER JOHN, 
Germantown. TN. Junior. Gen. 
Bus, 312. 313 

LAMBERT, MARY CLAY, Jackson, 
MS, Junior. Soc /S Wk . 278. 279. 
367 

LAMMONS. JERRY EUGENE. 
Yazoo City, MS, Senior, Biol Sci , 
298, 299, 383 

LAMPTON, ROBERT HOWARD, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus , 296, 297. 333 

LANCASTER, EMILY LOVE, 
Columbia, TN, Junior, Soc /S 
Wk, 208, 274, 275, 367 

LANDESS, MICHAEL BARRY, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Chem., 136, 
147,148,210,260,284,285 

LANDOLT, LORE BROACH, 
Murray, KY, Freshman, Adm 
Serv , 290, 291 . 333 

LANDRUM. MELANIE FRANCES. 
Oxford. MS. Junior. Medicine, 262. 
263 

LANDRY. LARRY JOSEPH JR., 
Arabi. LA. Junior. Pre-Accy., 320, 
321,351 

LANGENFELDER, HENRY 
STEPHEN, Batavia, IL, Freshman, 
Pre-Accy , 316, 317 

LANGENFELDER, HERBERT JR., 
Batavia, IL, Junior, Marking., 316, 
317 

LANGFORD, LINDA, Tupelo, MS, 
Senior, Mus Educ , 155 

LANGLEY, CARL EDWARD III, 
New Ellenton, SC, Senior, Gen 
Bus, 81,109 

LANGLEY, VIVIAN ANN, Fort 
Deposit, AL, Unclass , Educ, 102 

LANGLOW. JOHN ROBINS III, 
Natchez, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 300. 301. 351 

LANNOM. CYNTHIA DAKE. 
Lebanon. TN, Sophomore, Comm 
Dis, 262, 263, 351 

LANTZ. ALLEN DEAN JR . Long 
Beach. MS. Senior. Civl Eng.. 318. 
319.383 

LARKIN. PATRICIA ELLEN. 
Marlton. NJ, Freshman. Pol Sci . 
250, 333 

LATCH, KATHY ANNETTE, 
Corinth, MS, Senior, German, 210, 
367 

LATTURE, CINDY KAY, Hot 
Springs. AR, Unclass . Educ. 306, 
307 



LAUDERDALE, DONNA LEA, 
Marks, MS. Sophomore. Med 
Tech. 306. 307 

LAVENDER. MARY MELISSA. 
Sophomore. Jour and Adv . 212 

LAW. JAMES FLETCHER. Oxford. 
MS. Sophomore. H . P E and Rec . 
270.271 

LAWLER. EDWARD EARL. 
Vicksburg. MS. Law I. Law. 147. 
314,315 

LAWLER, RAYMOND KYLE. 
Vicksburg, MS, Senior, Marking.. 
314,315 

LAWNIN, BARBARA ELIZABETH, 
Ballwin, MO, Freshman, Elem Ed , 
274, 275, 333 

LAWRENCE, BRUCE ALAN, 
SIkeston, MO, Law II, Law, 152 

LAWRENCE, PAMELA KAY. 
Kosciusko. MS. Sophomore. 
Marking . 215. 304. 305. 333 

LAYER, DANNY GERRY, 
Anaheim, CA, Freshman, 270, 271 

LAYMON, QUENTIN ROBERT, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Pol Sci.. 
310.311.368 

LEAKE. JAMES THOMAS. Tupelo. 
MS. Senior. Marking . 296, 297 

LEAKE, NANCY ANN, Oklahoma 
City, OK, Freshman, CIth Mer , 
278, 279 

LEAR, JAMES HAMILTON, 
Indianola, MS, Senior. Accy . 109. 
383 

LEATHERMAN. ROBERTSON M.. 
Columbia. MS. Sophomore. 
English. 145. 296. 297 

LEATHERS. CRAIG KENDALL. 
Van Wert. OH, Special. Jour., 272, 
273 

LEBLANC, DEWEY MARK, 
Greenville, MS, Senior, Civl Eng., 
270, 271 

LEBLANC, KELLI ANNE, Pass 
Christian. MS. Senior, Biol Sci., 
145,368 

LECLAIR, RENEE SUE. Grenada. 
MS. Sophomore. Bank and Fin , 
290. 291 

LEDBETTER. LECIA RENEE, 
Batesville, MS, Senior, Pre-Accy., 
157,383 

LEDLOW, DAVID GEORGE, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Mangmnt, 
270,271 

LEDYARD, MELANIE, Selma, AL, 
Sophomore, Comm. Dis., 143, 145, 
230. 351 

LEE. DARRELL WAYNE. Clinton. 
MS. Sophomore. Medicine. 314, 
315 

LEE, DAVID MYRON, New Hebron, 
MS, Phrm.-ll. Pharmacy, 222 

LEE, KIRK EDWIN, Jackson, MS, 
Sophomore, Chem Eng., 240, 334 

LEE, MARK ALLEN, Summit, MS, 
Junior, Marking , 312, 313, 368 

LEE, STEVEN RALPH, Jackson, 
MS, Senior, Marking , 298, 299, 
383 

LEECH, MARSHA LYNNE, Amory, 
MS. Junior, Radio and TV, 288, 
289, 368 

LEGENDRE, LAURIE MARIE, 
Covington, LA, Freshman, Pol. 
Sci . 306, 307, 334 

LEGGETT, CHARLES PARKS JR., 
BIytheville, AR, Senior. H . P E 
and Rec .83. 109 

LEGGETT. HELEN RENEE, 
Greenwood, MS, Junior, 
Pharmacy, 266, 267, 351 

LEGGETT, LANELLE, Greenwood. 
MS. Freshman, Nursing, 266, 267. 
334 

LEHMAN, V'CKI ANN, Naples, FL, 
Sophomore, Mangmnt., 238. 306. 
307, 351 

LEMMONS. BILLY CHARLES, 
Oxford, MS. Senior. Mangmnt., 
284, 285, 368 

LENCE, KENNETH WAYNE, 
Ripley, MS, Phrm.-I, Pharmacy, 
223 

LEONARD. NANCY LEIGH. 
Sophomore. HE -Intr . 290, 291 

LEVAN, MARK STEVEN, Nashville. 
TN. Freshman, Gen. Bus., 312, 313 



LEVINGS, SANFORD HOPKINS, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Accy , 145, 
157,314,315 

LEWIS, BEVERLY LEA, Fairborn, 
OH, Senior. Biol Sci . 322. 323. 
384 

LEWIS. JANET LYNNE. Junior. 
Corrctns . 247. 368 

LEWIS. JEFFREY NEAL. Oxford. 
MS. Junior. Marking ,316, 317, 
368 

LEWIS, LISA RUTH. Columbus, 
MS, Junior, Frsc Sci., 242, 322, 
323, 368 

LEWIS, SONYA YVETTE, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Gen Bus . 215, 
306, 307 

LEWIS, STEPHEN WAYNE, 
Freshman, Medicine, 270, 271 , 334 

LEWIS, WILLIAM MARK, Oxford, 
MS, Senior, Bank and Fin ,211, 
308, 309, 384 

LIDDELL, JOSEPH JOHN, 
Learned, MS, Senior, Marking , 
314,315 

LIEPELT, ROBERT RUEBEN, 
Biloxi, MS, Freshman, Medicine, 
250, 334 

LIGHTSEY, SHEILA ANN, 
Natchez, MS, Freshman, Nursing, 
238, 286, 287, 334 

LINDSEY, LEAH BROWN, Fulton, 
MS, Freshman. 304, 305 

LINN, ANTOINETTE HENLEY, 
Jackson, MS. Sophomore. CIth 
Mer .280. 281 

LIPSEY. EDWARD SPIVEY JR., 
Henderson, KY. Junior. Mech 
Eng .314.315 

LITTLE. SUSAN ANN, Southaven, 
MS, Freshman, Jour and Adv , 
238, 334 

LITTLEFORD, ROSEMARY MOSS, 
Johnson City, TN, Sophomore, H , 
PE and Rec , 288, 289 

LIVINGSTON, JULIE LOREN, Lake 
Village, AR, Senior, Elem. Ed . 146. 
278. 279 

LIVINGSTON. LAURA ANN. Lake 
Village, AR, Freshman. Gen Bus . 
278. 279 

LLOYD. DARYL RUSSELL. Junior. 
Medicine. 154.239 

LLOYD. DONALD JAMES. 
Overland. MO. Senior, Bank and 
Fin , 109 

LLOYD, ROBERT LESLIE, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, 
Marking, 308. 309 

LOCKARD. CHRISTOPHER LEE. 
Orange Park. FL. Junior, Pol Sci , 
145,270,271 

LOCKARD, KATHERINE LANE, 
Junior, English, 93, 96, 99, 1 08, 
262, 263 

LOCKARD, LOUIS LANARK, 
Pascagoula, MS, Junior, 
Mangmnt . 292, 293 

LOCKE. DAVID RAMSEY. 
Columbia, TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 101, 312, 313 

LOCKE, JANE MARIE, Mt. 
Pleasant. TN. Junior. Elem Ed.. 
286. 287 

LOCKETT. ANDREW KING. 
Gulfpon. MS. Sophomore. Pol 
Sci.. 142. 145, 210, 228, 251. 351 

LOCKWOOD, JOE KENT. Corning. 
AR. Junior. Accy . 145. 351 

LODEN.KATHRYNANN. 
Pontotoc. MS, Phrm -II. Pharmacy, 
219.392 

LOE. TRAGI ANN, Vicksburg. MS, 
Senior, Art-lntr., 208, 274, 275 

LOFTIN, HELEN LOUISE, 
Houston, TX, Sophomore, Bank 
andFin.,286. 287. 351 

LOFTIN. JULIA. Red Banks, MS. 
Junior. Elem Ed . 304. 305 

LOGAN. CAROLYN ELIZABETH. 
Randolph. MS. Freshman. Gen. 
Bus . 238 

LOGAN, JULIA KIM, Stuttgart, AR, 
Sophomore, CIth. Mer., 266. 267. 
351 

LOGUE. LAWRENCE COX III. 
Pope. MS. Sophomore, Elec Eng., 
320,321,351 

LOKEY, KARLA FAYE, Oxford, 
MS, Senior, Psyc, 140 



LONG. AGRIPPA KELLUM. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. Accy., 
270.271 

LONGMIRE. JOSEPH YADON JR . 
Hendersonville. TN. Junior. Gen 
Bus . 296. 297. 368 

LOONEY, ROBERT BRUCE. 
Kingsporl, TN. Freshman. 
Mangmnt.. 276. 277. 334 

LORD. JANA KAYE. Dallas. TX, 
Freshman, CIth Mer , 5, 288, 289 

LORD. SHERYL LYNNE. Dallas, 
TX. Sophomore. Gen. Bus.. 288, 

289. 351 

LORENZ. JILL TRACIE, Selma, 
CA, Freshman, 306, 307 

LOTT, CECIL LEON JR., Long 
Beach, MS, Senior, Mangmnt , 
282, 283, 368 

LOUIS, PAMELA I , Jackson, MS, 
Senior, Comm Dis.. 288. 289 

LOUIS. THOMAS MICHAEL, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, 312, 
313 

LOVE, ELIZABETH COULTER, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, Radio and 
TV, 182,274,275 

LOVE, JEFFREY LEE, 
Madisonville, KY, Freshman, 
Mangmnt , Sci., 223. 239. 334 

LOVE. ROBERT YANCY. Jackson. 
MS. Junior. Gen Bus . 314, 315 

LOVELACE, JOHN RUPERT JR., 
Batesville, MS. Junior. Gen. Bus., 
312.313 

LOVELACE, LISA KAREN, 
Greenville, MS, Senior, CIth. Mer . 

290. 291 . 384 

LOVELESS. SHARON DIANNE. 
Oxford. MS. Law III. Law. 200 

LOVELL, CRAIG ALAN. Tupelo, 
MS, Sophomore, Bank and Fin , 
142, 145, 210, 260, 212, 270, 271 

LOVELL, WILLIAM T , Tupelo, MS, 
Sophomore, Pol Sci., 270, 271 

LOVETT, CAROL LEIGH, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Marking., 
259,146,290,291,243 

LOW. TINEKE ELIZABETH. Laurel, 
MS, Junior, Soc Work, 278, 279 

LUCAS, AUBREY BELL, 
Greenwood, MS. Junior. Medicine. 
145.212.296.297 

LUCAS. ELIZABETH GEE. 
Greenwood. MS, Junior, Home 
Ec, 274, 275, 368 

LUCAS, SHERRY ANNE, Yazoo 
City, MS, Freshman, Jour , 266, 
267, 334 

LUCAS, STACY CLAIRE, 
Clarksdale. MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus., 278, 279, 334 

LUCKETT, JOSEPH HUGH III, 
Tupelo, MS. Junior, History, 316, 
317 

LUCKETT, LARK ELAYNE, 
Meridian, MS, Sophomore, 274. 
275 

LUCKEY. ALWYN HALL. Ocean 
Springs. MS. Sophomore. Dntstry . 
284. 285 

LUNDY. DEBORAH SUE. Winthrop 
Harbor, IL, Junior, Cn Rptg., 220, 
247, 368 

LUSCO, MARY ELIZABETH, 
Vicksburg, MS. Junior. Bank and 
Fin.. 280, 281 

LUTER, KENT ALLEN, Tylertown, 
MS, Junior, Marking , 292, 293 

LUTZ, RICHARD WARREN, 
Freshman, Gen. Bus . 302. 303 

LYNCH. KAY ALYCE. Oxford. MS, 
Freshman, 262, 263, 334 

LYNCH, WILLIAM FREDERICK, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Gen Bus , 
316,317 

LYON, JENNIFER ANN, Laurel, 
MS, Insur , Senior, 286, 287 

LYON, SUSAN K., Warren, AR, 
Pre-Accy, Senior, 150, 220. 384 

LYONS. PAMELA DIXIE, Grenada, 
MS. Elem Ed . Sophomore, 288. 
289 



M 



MACINNIS. KATHRYN ANN, 
Gautier, MS, Mus Educ , Senior, 
155,262,263 

MACINNIS, MICHAEL STEPHEN, 
Pascagoula, MS, Bank& Fin , 
Sophomore, 298, 299, 352 

MACIONE. KIMBERLY KAROL, 
New 749, Medicine, Sophomore, 
249, 280, 281 . 334 

MACKERCHER, ROB ROY, 
Fairfax, VA, Mangmnt., Junior, 
272, 273 

MACLEOD, BARBARA LYNN, Free 
Union, VA, Freshman, 306, 307, 
334 

MAGEE. CHARLES WINTER, 
Medeira Beach, FL, Junior, Jour., 
300. 301 

MAGEE. STEVE E JR . Pearl. MS. 
Senior. Psyc. 148.252 

MAGEE. STEVEN JAY. Shelby. 
MS. Freshman. Medicine. 298. 
299. 334 

MAGRAW. DAVID BRIAN, St 
Louis, MO, Unclass , Educ , 107 

MAGUSIAK, DAVID ANTHONY, 
Clinton, MS, Senior, Chem , 140, 
148 

MAHER, SANDRA DAVIS, Clinton, 
MS, Sophomore. H . P E and Rec . 
154.246,352 

MAHONEY, ANN KATHRYN, 
Huntsville, AL, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy ,215 

MAINOUS, MOLLY A., Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Art, 290, 291 

MAJURE, LISA ANNE, Bartlett, TN, 
Freshman, Corrctns., 306, 307, 
334 

MALATESTA, DONALD LOUIS, 
Clarksdale, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus , 296, 297, 334 

MALINOWSKI, ANDREA LEE. 
Dallas. TX. Freshman. CIth Mer , 
262, 263, 334 

MALLETTE, MICHAEL JAMES, 
Woodbridge, VA, Freshman, 
Mech Eng , 276. 277, 334 

MALLOW, BRADLEY JOHN, SI. 
Louis. MO. Junior. Pre-Accy , 205, 

298, 299 

MALONE, CHERYL DANA, Saltillo. 
MS, Freshman, 304, 305, 334 

MALONE, DAVID JACKSON, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, English, 
149,384 

MALONE, MELANIE BETH, 
Sikeston, MO, Freshman, Civl 
Eng , 304, 305, 334 

MANGIALARDI, JOHN ANDREW, 
Shelby, MS, Freshman, Medicine, 
101,298,299,334 

MANN, LAURA ELLEN, Killen, AL. 
Senior. Accy . 157. 202. 266. 267 

MANN. WILLIAM ALBERT. Skene. 
MS. Freshman. Pre-Accy . 298. 

299. 334 

MANN, WILLIAM DOUGLAS JR , 
Jackson, MS. Sophomore. 
Medicine. 284. 285 

MANNING. PAMELYN MARIE. 
Hattiesburg. MS. Freshman. 
Medicine. 286. 287. 334 

MANSON. CHARLES DELAINE. 
Winchester, TN, Junior, Bank and 
Fin , 276, 277, 352 

MAPP, BAILEY HOWELL, 
Pontotoc, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine. 270. 271 

MAPP. DEBRA SUE. Bogue Chitto. 
MS, Junior, Marking , 280, 281 

MARABLE, ELIZABETH ANN, 
Meniphis, TN, Sophomore, H , P E. 
andRec . 93, 108,334 

MARCHBANKS, CHARLES R JR., 
Greenville. MS. Junior, Pre-Accy., 
272, 273 

MARCHBANKS. JULIA LEA, 
Greenville, MS, Freshman, H., PE. 
and Rec , 280, 281 

MARCUS, STEVEN HERMAN, 
Vicksburg, MS, Junior. Bank and 
Fin .308. 309 

MARIS, ANTHONY PETER JR , 
Lincrost, NJ. Sophomore. Gen 
Bus., 245 



428— Index 



Meena 



MARKLEY, ANN LYNN. Atlanta. 
GA. Sophomore, Jour . 262, 263, 
352 

MARKS. CAROL PAGE. Jackson. 
MS. Freshman. Medicine. 306, 
307, 334 

MARKS. JOHN CHAMBLISS, 
Jackson, MS. Senior, Gen Bus , 
272, 273 

MARKS. MELODY KATHRYN, 
Meridian. MS, Junior. Insur., 146. 
200.213.258.286,287.368 

MARKS. SARA MARIE, Jackson, 
MS, Sophomore, Nursing, 215, 
230, 306. 307. 352 

MARKWELL. NANCY LOUISE, 
Memphis, TN, Senior. Bank and 
Fin , 286, 287, 368 

MARRIAM, MERl JO WHITEHEAD, 
Abbeville, MS, Junior, Crt Rptg , 
221 , 368 

MARSH, KEVIN ROBERT, N Little 
Rock, AR. Junior, Marking , 154, 
238, 320. 321 . 368 

MARSHALL. LISA CLAIRE. 
Mason, TN, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy. 280. 281,368 

MARSHALL. ROBERT CHESLEY, 
Memphis, TN. Sophomore, 
Marking, 312. 313 

MARTIN. AMY ELIZABETH. Ocean 
Springs. MS. Sophomore. Radio 
and TV, 306, 307, 352 

MARTIN. ANTHONY QUINN. 
Greenville, MS. Senior, Elec Eng . 
153 

MARTIN. CATHY NANNETTE. 
Holly Grove. AR, Junior, Marking , 
242, 368 

MARTIN, CHARLOTTE JANE, 
Columbia, MS, Junior, Marking , 
143,352 

MARTIN, ELIZABETH BURLEY, 
Natchez. MS. Sophomore. Pre- 
Accy, 143, 266, 267,352 

MARTIN. JOHN TRENTON. 
Tupelo. MS. Senior. Pol Sci,. 276. 
277. 368 

MARTIN, JOSEPH WILLIAMS JR , 
Hickory Valley, TN, Junior, Publ 
Adm,136, 147, 198,215,316,317, 
368 

MARTIN, KENNETH A , Yazoo 
City, MS, Phrm -I, Pharmacy, 223, 
392 

MARTIN, MOLLY DEARMAN. 
Halliesburg. MS, Freshman, 304, 
305, 334 

MARTIN, RICHARD CAREY, 
Pascagoula, MS, Junior, Physics, 
320, 321 , 368 

MARTIN, ROBERT AUSTIN, 
Florence, MS. Senior. Law Ento . 
147.298.299 

MARTIN. SAM, Brandon, MS, 
Senior, 298, 299 

MARTIN, WILLIAM CURRIE, 
Vicksburg, MS, Law? II. Lav*. 136 

MARTINEZ, MARTA REBECA, 
Arecibo, PR. Junior. Comm Dis , 
258, 288, 289, 358 

MARTZ, DABNEY JO, Memphis, 
TN. Junior, MangmnI , 288, 289, 
368 

MARX. CAROLINE ROSE, 
Freshman. Theatre. 286, 287 

MASHBURN. SIDNEY COLEMAN, 
Brandon, MS. Freshman. Gen 
Bus, 314.315, 334 

MASON, CLARK WHARTON. El 
Dorado. AR. Junior. Radio and TV, 
136,145,147.270,271 

MASSENGALE. MARC BRIAN, 
Pascagoula, MS, Junior, Marking , 
109,292,293 

MASSIE, CORNELIA HART, 
Lincolnshire. IL. Junior, S Ed L 
S, 266, 267 

MASSIE, DIANA RUTH. 
Lincolnshire. IL. Freshman, Art, 
266, 267, 334 

MATHIS, KAREN, Sophomore, 
Jour, and Adv, 278, 279 

MATTHEWS, NANCY KATE, 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. 
Corrclns . 288. 289 

MATTINGLY, OLIVIA LYNN. 
Marion, AR, Junior, Elem. Ed., 304. 
305 

MATTINGLY. THOMAS 
MITCHELL, Marion, AR, 
Sophomore, Gen Bus , 298, 299 



MAULDEN, ROSLYN GAIL, New/ 
Orleans, LA, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin , 266. 267, 352 

MAUTHE, CHRISTOPHER JAMES, 
Columbus, IN, Sophomore, Biol 
Sci ,300, 301 

MAVAR, CLAIRE GAYLE, 
Sophomore, Pre-Accy , 280, 281 

MAXCY. CLYDE STANTON, 
Tupelo, MS, Phrm -II, Pharmacy, 
145,316.317 

MAXCY. GREGORY STEWART. 
Tupelo. MS. Freshman, Gen. Bus , 
316,317 

MAY, MARIANNE MCGRAW. 
Vicksburg, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy , 304, 305, 334 

MAYER, FRED R , St Louis, MO, 
Freshman, Marking , 276, 277 

MAYNARD, NORMA 
WHITTINGTON, Clarksdale, MS, 
Junior, English, 210, 278, 279 

MAYO, LEE ANN, Louisville, MS, 
Freshman, Gen Bus , 306, 307, 
334 

MAYS, WILLIAM TERRENCE JR , 
Columbia, TN, Junior, Accy , 261 , 
157,312,313 

MAZZANTI, GARY BERNARD, 
Lake Village, AR, Sophomore. 
Medicine. 145. 312.313 

MAZZANTI. KAREN ANN. Lake 
Village. AR. Junior, Elem Ed , 242, 
266, 267, 368 

MCAFEE, STEVEN MARCUS, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy . 
145,368 

MCALISTER, JOHN HILL JR , 
Nashville, TN, Junior, MangmnI , 
312,313 

MCALISTER, SIDNEY S. JR , 
Brentwood, TN, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 292,293 

MCALLISTER, LORRAINE ANNE, 
Laurel, MS, Junior, Comm. Dis., 
210,262,263,368 

MCATEE, MARKETTA JO, Senalh, 
MO, Junior. Pharmacy. 143. 238. 
262, 263, 352 

MCBRIDE, JAMES EDMUND JR . 
Cordova, TN, Sophomore, Bank 
andFin ,316, 317 

MCBRIDE, NANCY REBECCA, 
Olive Branch, MS, Freshman, 
Elem Ed , 280, 281 

MCCAA, MELANIE CONNIE, 
Jackson, MS, Law I, Law, 290, 291 

MCCABE, TIMOTHY FRANCIS, 
Dallas, TX, Sophomore, Gen. Bus , 
284. 285 

MCCAIN. LAURIE HOPE. Bolton, 
MS, Junior, Elem Ed , 304, 305 

MCCALL. ELIZABETH ANN, 
Senior. Elem Ed . 208, 288, 289 

MCCARLEY, CONNIE, Maqee, MS, 
Freshman. Marking . 266. 267. 334 

MCCARLEY. JAMES K JR . 
Magee. MS. Junior. Gen Bus . 
284. 285 

MCCARTHY. KATHLEEN. New 
Orleans. LA. Sophomore. 
Marking . 306. 307. 352 

MCCARTHY. MARUEEN, New 
Orleans, LA, Junior, Spch Tpy , 
306, 307 

MCCARTNEY. WILLIAM 
MARSHALL III, Marks, MS, 
Freshman, Psyc , 272, 273, 334 

MCCAUGHAN, GEORGE FORD, 
Clarksdale, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy , 270, 271, 334 

MCCAUGHAN, WILLIAM WILLIE, 
Clarksdale, MS. Junior. Marking . 
296. 297 

MCCAULEY. JANICE LUCELLE. 
Philadelphia. MS. Freshman. 
Psyc. 280. 281 

MCCAULEY. TAMMY KAYE. Isola. 
MS, Senior, H E -Inir , 290, 291 

MCCAULL, JENNIFER ANNE. 
Memphis. TN. Sophomore. Cllh 
Mer. 215. 274.275 

MCCLANAHAN, RAY ARDELL. 
Columbus, MS, Grad III, Malh, 152 

MCCLENDON, BARRY MEEK, 
Jackson, MS. Freshman. Elec 
Eng. 314. 315 

MCCLENDON. BURWELL B. III. 
Jackson. MS. Senior. Accy.. 136, 
140, 145, 150, 157, 314, 315, 384 



MCCLESKEY, MITCHELL KAZAR, 
Meridian, MS, Senior, Bank and 
Fin , 296. 297 

MCCLINTON, KELTON WAYNE. 
Carriere. MS, Junior, Biol Sci , 
227 

MCCLOSKEY, CANDICE LYNN, 
Grenada, MS, Junior, German, 
290, 291 , 368 

MCCLURE, ANGELE ANNE, 
Sardis, MS, Senior. Art. 290. 291 

MCCLURE. SUSAN JUSTIN. 
Sardis, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy , 215, 
290,291,368 

MCCLUSKEY. HEATHER, Amory, 
MS, Sophomore. Pharmacy, 142. 
249.145.280.281.352 

MCCLUSKEY. MARILYN MEADE. 
Amory. MS, Junior, Medicine, 1 45, 
148,280,281,368 

MCCOLLUM. REGINA MARIE. 
Meridian. MS. Freshman, Law 
Enfo. 286. 287 

MCCOLLUM. TRACY ANN, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine. 215, 274, 275 

MCCOMAS, CYNTHIA 
GRETCHEN, Clinton, MS, 
Sophomore, Inst Mgl , 286, 287 

MCCONNELL, CINDYJ., 
Birmingham. AL. Junior. 
MangmnI.. 157, 262, 263, 352 

MCCONNELL, KRIS, Natchez. MS. 
Freshman. S Ed Sci , 266, 267, 
335 

MCCOOL. JEANNIE MONIOUE, 
Junior, MangmnI , 262, 263 

MCCORD, MARY CLAUDETTE, 
Memohis, TN, Sophomore, Radio 
and TV, 274, 275 

MCCORD, NANCY LEE, Humboldt, 
TN. Junior. Elem Ed.. 278. 279. 
368 

MCCORD. REUEL MANSELL. 
Pontotoc. MS. Law III. Law. 1 36 

MCCORMICK, DAVID , OxIord. 
MS. Law III. Law, 136.151 

MCCORMICK. MARK LOVITT, 
Meridian, MS. Sophomore. Mech. 
Eng. 198.292.293 

MCCRORY. CHARLES BARRY. 
Halliesburg. MS. Law III. Law. 208 

MCCULLEN. MARGARET PAGE. 
Panama City. FL. Senior, Pre- 
Accy., 140, 150, 157, 280, 281 , 384 

MCCULLOUGH, JOHN DAVID, 
West Memphis, AR, Junior, Pre- 
Accy ,252.368 

MCCULLOUGH. ROSALIE, 
Pontotoc. MS. Senior. V Hm. Ec, 
45, 128, 138, 146, 154. 212, 224, 
304. 305. 384 

MCCULLY. MARI HELEN. 
Tallahassee. FL. Freshman, Gen. 
Eng, 266. 267.335 

MCDANIEL. DOUGLAS MAX, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus, 261,314, 315 

MCDANIEL, JAMES EDWARD, 
Jonesboro, AR, Senior, Bank and 
Fin , 298, 299, 384 

MCDAVID, JOHN SANFORD, 
Jackson, MS, Junior. Gen Bus., 
107,145 

MCDAVID, STEPHAN LAND, 
Sophomore, Medicine, 314, 315 

MCDILL. SHERYL CORINNE, 
Brandon, MS, Freshman, Biol 
Sci, 286, 287 

MCDONALD, CAROLYN L , 
Sophomore, Gen. Bus., 210, 286, 
287. 352 

MCDONALD, JON STACY, Austin, 
TX, Sophomore, Marking , 270. 
271 

MCDONALD, OUENTIN, Junior, 
Bank and Fin , 109 

MCEACHIN, JOHN DUBARD, 
Meridian, MS, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin , 212, 239, 270, 271 . 352 

MCELREATH, BON MARK, 
Oxford. MS, Junior. Gen Bus , 
312,313 

MCELROY. CHERYL R., 
Hernando, MS, Phrm. -II, 
Pharmacy, 290, 291 

MCELROY, HOWARD BRUCE, 
Vicksburg, MS, Junior, 253 

MCELROY. RANSOM MERCER, 
Meridian, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
BUS..210. 308. 309. 335 



MCELROY, TONI DANISE, Fulton, 
MS, Junior, English. 212, 280, 281 , 
368 

MCEWEN. WILLIAM IRA. Oxford. 
MS. Grad I. Mus Educ . 240 

MCFADDEN, CLYDE 
PATTERSON, Nashville, TN. 
Junior. Bank and Fin ,312.313 

MCFALL. KIMBERLY ANNE. 

Florence. Al lunior. Civl Eng . 

102. 103.108 

MCFERRIN. SHERRY SUZETTE. 
Mantachie. MS, Senior, Mus 
Educ ,140, 155, 384 

MCGEE, BUFORD LAMAR, 
DuranI, MS, Freshman, 74, 75 

MCGEE, MICHAEL HUNTER, 
Dallas, TX, Freshman, Bank and 
Fin , 284, 285, 335 

MCGEE, ROY DOUGLAS, 
Cleveland. MS, Junior. Chem., 
268, 269, 368 

MCGINLEY, EILEEN MARY, 
Sophomore, Chem Eng , 290, 291 

MCGINNIS, JAMES E , Meridian, 
MS, Senior, English, 296, 297, 368 

MCGINNIS, JOHN KELLY, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Radio and 
TV, 272, 273 

MCGOFF, SUSAN ELIZABETH, 
Cincinnati, OH, Freshman, 306, 
307 

MCGOWAN, JOHN DAVID, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore. 
Geology, 292, 293 

MCGUFFEE. ANDREA LYNN, 
Canton, MS, Freshman, 280, 281 . 
335 

MCGUIRE, CHERYL KATE, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, Gen Bus., 
243, 266, 267, 384 

MCGUIRE, SARA MARIE, Water 
Valley, MS, Senior, Marking , 21 2, 
247, 384 

MCHENRY. JUDY LYNN, Wiggins, 
MS, Junior, Chem , 148, 239, 368 

MCILHENNY, JULIE LYNN, Dallas, 
TX, Junior, HE.-lnIr .274,275 

MCINNES, ANNE MAUREEN, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Spcl. Ed., 
304, 305 

MCINTIRE,SHERIANNE, 
Senalobia, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus , 262, 263, 335 

MCINTOSH, BETTY WILLIAMS, 
Junior, Accy., 140 

MCKAY, ELIZABETH LAURIE, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, CIth. 
Mer ,274, 275 

MCKAY, EVANA SHELBY. 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy , 
142,143,274,275 

MCKAY, MARY, Fort Wayne, IN, 
Junior, Elem Ed , 280, 281 

MCKAY, MICHAEL S , Brandon, 
MS, Senior, Soc /S Wk , 138, 244, 
253 

MCKEE. MARY BETH, Jackson. 
MS. Sophomore. 288, 289 

MCKEE, MARY CAROL, Jackson, 
MS, Sophomore, Gen Bus., 262, 
263. 352 

MCKELLAR, PAMELA ANITA, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, Elem. Ed.. 
290. 291 , 384 

MCKENZIE. JOHN MARK. 
Starkvllle, MS, Law II, Law, 252 

MCKINNEY, KENNETH MICHAEL, 
Okolona, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy, 276. 277,352 

MCKNIGHT, BENTON G, 
Colombia, TN. Senior. Urban Ad , 
312.313 

MCLAIN. CHARL STOTT, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, S. Ed. 
Egl .290, 291 

MCLAIN, PAUL KING, Monlicello, 
MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 143, 145. 
210.217.352 

MCLARTY. HERMINE HERRING, 
Oxford, MS, Senior, English, 140, 
146,157,290,291,384 

MCL-AURIN. ANSELM JOSEPH, 
Brandon, MS, Senior, Bank & Fin , 
147,151,316,317 

MCLAURIN, DAVID BRIAN. 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 145, 298, 299 

MCLEMORE, MARY ELLEN, 
Sophomore. Comm DIs.. 238, 290. 
291 , 352 



MCLEOD, JONNIE RUTH. 
Jackson. MS. Junior. Marking . 
274,275 

MCLEOD, ROBERT LANGLEY. 
Jackson, MS, Freshman. Gen 
Bus , 308. 309 

MCMAHAN. MERLYNN LEIGH, 
Senior, S Ed S S , 280, 281 , 368 

MCMIKLE, CHRISTY LEE, 
Sikeslon, MO, Senior. Elom Ed . 
218.304.305 

MCMILLIN, MARY ELIZABETH. 
Ripley. MS. Senior, Elem Ed , 43, 
128, 138, 149, 215, 218. 236. 304. 
305. 384 

MCMILLIN. THOMAS NEAL. 
Ripley. MS. Freshman. Gen Bus. 
298. 299 

MCMINN. PATTI LOU. Water 
Valley, MS, Special, Gen Bus, 216 

MCMURCHY, MARTHA SUSAN, 
Raymond, MS, Junior, Publ Adm , 
280, 281 , 368 

MCMURRAY, SUSAN KARON. 
Hunlsville, AL, Junior, Crt Rptg , 
105,108,278,279 

MCMURTRAY, PATRICK DEAN, 
Clinton, MS, Sophomore, Jour., 
282, 283 

MCNALLY, EUGENE D , Gulfport. 
MS. Senior. Biol Sci . 11. 145. 147. 
148.292,293 

MCNAMARA. DAVID F JR , 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Marking.. 
312.313 

MCNAMARA. MARY ELLEN. 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, 286, 287 

MCNAMEE, MARION WYNN, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, 
English, 215, 274, 275 

MCNEELY, DENNIS LEE, Oxford, 
MS, Senior, Accy , 150, 151. 157 

MCNEILLY. JEAN WOODS. 
Nashville. TN. Freshman. 262. 263, 
335 

MCNEW, BONNIE BANKS. Oxford. 
MS. Sophomore. Bank and Fin., 
306, 307, 352 

MCNULTY, PATRICK W, 
Homewood, AL, Sophomore, 
Accy, 145, 276, 277,352 

MCNULTY, SAMUEL TURMAN, 
Holly Springs, MS, Phrm -I, 
Pharmacy, 300, 301 

MCREE, FRANCES ANN, 
Grenada, MS, Freshman. Gen. 
Bus. 286. 287 

MCROBERTS, MAURY E., 
Jackson. MS. Senior. Elem Ed., 
274,275.384 

MCROBERTS, SARA MARTIN, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Med. 
Tech..215, 274, 275,335 

MCWHORTER, JOHN TERRY JR., 
Halliesburg, MS, Sophomore, 
Accy, 316, 317 

MEAD, DAVID RICHARD, Pass 
Christian, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus.,276. 277. 335 

MEAD, MARK W , Pass Christian, 
MS, Freshman, Jour and Adv., 
276, 277, 335 

MEADORS, ELIZABETH ROSE, 
Greenwood, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 249. 304, 305, 335 

MEADOWS, JOSEPH ROBERT 
JR , Gulfport, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy , 308, 309 

MEANS, PAMELA ANN, Jackson. 
MS. Senior. Soc. Work. 306. 307 

MEDFORD, MARK ANTHONY. 
Brownsville. TN, Sophomore, 
Dnislry , 244 

MEEKS, BRIAN KENT, 
Germantown, TN. Freshman. 284. 
285 

MEEKS. JERRI LEW. Yazoo City, 
MS, Sophomore, Soc./S Wk., 290. 
291 , 352 

MEEKS. MARY EVELYN. Delhi. 
LA. Senior. Adm Serv . 238. 369 

MEEKS. MIMI. Florence. AL, 
Freshman, Gen Bus , 210, 215, 
335 

MEEKS, SHERRI LEE, Yazoo City, 
MS. Sophomore, Soc./S. Wk.. 290, 
291 , 352 

MEENA. RICHARD THOMAS. 
Clarksdale. MS. Sophomore. Gen. 
Bus. 296, 297 



Index — 429 



Meena 



MEENA, VICTOR HUGO JR , 
Clarksdale, MS, Senior, H , P E 
andRec ,219, 296, 297 

MEGEHEE, CAROL MURPHEY, 
Pascagoula, MS, Junior, Pre- 
Accy , 288, 289, 369 

MEGEHEE, JANE ADELE, 
Pascagoula, MS, Freshman, Elem 
Ed ,215,280, 281,335 

MELVIN, FRANK MICHAEL, 
Laurel, MS, Junior, Medicine, 276, 
277,369 

MELVIN, MARTHA GAVE, Laurel, 
MS, Sophomore, Crt Rptg , 262, 
263 

MELVIN, PATRICIA FRANCINE, 
Laurel, MS, Law I, Law, 262. 263 

MENDENHALL, WILLIAM S., 
Minden, LA, Senior, Gen Bus,, 
298, 299 

MENELEY, TERRY JEAN, 
Madison, MS, Junior, Biol Sci , 
288, 289 

MENHAL, GEORGE ANTHONY 
JR , Greenville, MS, Junior, Gen 
Bus, 272, 273 

MERCIER, DOUGLAS GERALD, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Bank and 
Fin , 298, 299, 384 

MERIDETH, PHILIP TAYLOR, 
Greenville, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy , 199, 200, 227, 296, 297, 352 

MERRILL, VERA SUSAN, 
Kalamazoo, Ml, Freshman, Elem 
Ed , 238, 304, 305, 335 

MESRIE, ZUHEIR AHMAD, Saida, 
Grad I, Engr Sci , 156 

MESSER, SHIRLEY ANN, Oxford, 
MS, Special, Gen Bus . 21 5 

MESSER, WILBERT CLAWSON, 
Niceville, FL, Freshman, Comp 
Sci ,101,300, 301,335 

MESTAYER, JAMES ALLEN, 
Waveland, MS, Phrm -III. 
Pharmacy, 223 

METKE. MELISSA ANN. Nashville, 
TN, Junior, CIth Mer , 322, 323 

MEYER, FRANK DANIEL, 
Brandon. MS. Sophomore. Psyc , 
296, 297 

MEYERS, HAL JAY, Natchez, MS, 
Sophomore. Jour and Adv , 298, 
299, 352 

MICHAEL, RONALD DALE, 
Booneville, MS, Senior, Accy , 
206,272,273,369 

MICHEL, FRANCES ALICE, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, CIth 
Mer , 236, 290, 290, 352 

MICHEL, JOSEPH WALTER III. 
Jackson, MS. Freshman. Gen 
Bus. 312,313 

MIDDLEBROOK, WALTER KEITH, 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, 
Mangmnt , 308, 309 

MIDDLETON, CHARLES E III. 
Yazoo City, MS, Senior, Psyc , 
292, 293 

MIDDLETON. RANDLE THOMAS. 
Yazoo City. MS, Sophomore. 
Medicine, 252, 292, 293, 352 

MIERS, WALTON LEE III, 
Greenville, MS, Sophomore, 
Insur , 296, 297 

MIKELL, CHERYL ANN, 
Stalesboro, GA. Junior, Math, 238, 
322, 323, 352 

MIKSA, ANDREA KAY, Jackson, 
MS, Grad I, Biol Sci , 148 

MIKSA, MARK STEVEN, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Gen Bus , 276, 
277,336 

MILES. MARION SHELDON. 
Tupelo, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy , 142,236,304,305 

MILES, VERNON BENET, Senior, 
Pol Sci ,216, 261,384 

MILEY, LISA JEAN, Metairie, LA, 
Junior, Quan Mgt , 262, 263 

MILEY, THURMAN MORRIS, Bay 
Springs, MS, Senior, Urban Ad , 
212,308,309 

MILLARD, CAROLYN DORIS, 
Tullahoma, TN, Junior, Pharmacy, 
143,247 

MILLEN, JANE, Huntsville, AL, 
Grad lll,Phrm Sci , 156 

MILLER, AMY KATHERINE, 
Sophomore, CIth Mer , 304. 305, 
336 



MILLER, CHERYL LEIGH, 
Natchez, MS, Sophomore, Comp 
Sci , 262, 263, 352 

MILLER, DANIEL WHITTEN, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Civl Eng., 
300, 301 , 384 

MILLER, DANNY LESTER, 
Brandon, MS, Junior, Accy.. 298. 
299, 369 

MILLER, DONALD FLOYD, Grad 
III, Phrm Sci, 156 

MILLER, DONNIE R , Junior, 
Accy ,314,315 

MILLER. ELLEN MARIE DAVIS. 
Tupelo, MS. Senior. Marktng . 306. 
307, 384 

MILLER, HAROLD DEWEY III, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 312,313 

MILLER, JAMES GORDON, Ripley. 
MS. Junior. Law Enfo , 74, 75, 80, 
81,109 

MILLER, JOHN STEVENS, Clinton, 
MS, Sophomore, Marktng.. 272, 
273 

MILLER, LACIE ELIZABETH, 
Natchez, MS, Senior. CIth Mer . 
154.262.263,243,384 

MILLER, LEA ASHLEY, Quitman, 
MS, Freshman, Pharmacy, 247, 
280, 281 

MILLER, LINDA SUZANNE, 
Hernando, MS, Junior, Elem Ed , 
306, 307 

MILLER, MARY ELIZABETH, 
Jackson, TN, Senior, Math. 290. 
291 

MILLER. MARY VIRGINIA, 
Sophomore, Marktng , 288, 289, 
336 

MILLER, MAURICE W, 
Winchester, KY, Junior, Gen Bus , 
312,313 

MILLER, NORMAN EUGENE, 
Louisville, KY, Junior, Law Enfo , 
47,109,369 

MILLER, PHILIP KEITH, Picayune, 
MS, Senior, Accy , 282, 283, 384 

MILLER, SARAH LYNNE, Corinth, 
MS, Sophomore, Gen Bus , 215, 
278, 279 

MILLER, TANYA ANNE, Aberdeen, 
MS, Senior, Pre-Accy , 280, 281, 
369 

MILLER, TERRI LYNN, Natchez, 
MS, Senior, Comm Dis , 258, 262, 
263, 384 

MILLER, TODD DARIN. Jackson. 
MS. Sophomore, Gen Bus., 284, 
285, 352 

MILLIGAN, SAMUEL JAY III, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, Publ 
Adm . 292. 293 

MILLS. DAVID CARLOS, Wabash, 
AR, Junior, Comp Sci, 310, 311 

MILLS, JACOB CHRISTOPHER, 
Tupelo, MS, Sophomore, 
Marktng , 106 

MILLS, LISA LYNN, Jackson, MS, 
Sophomore, Geol Eng , 280, 281 , 
353 

MILLS. RHONDA SUE, 
Waynesboro, MS, Phrm -II, 
Pharmacy, 219,392 

MILNE ,,ELIZABETH ADELE, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Publ 
Adm. 290, 291,336 

MILNER, JAN ELIZABETH, 
Jackson. MS. Junior, English, 266, 
267 

MIMS, JOHN HOWARD VAUGHT, 
Vicksburg, MS, Junior, Gen Bus , 
110 

MIMS, MELISSA MEDLEY, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Elem Ed , 
274,275 

MIMS, STEPHEN H . University. 
MS, Unclass , Chem Eng , 148 

MIMS, TROYE LLOYD, Grenada, 
MS, Senior, Gen Bus , 316,317 

MINER, MERILEIGH FAIRBANK. 
Ocean Springs. MS. Junior. Elem 
Ed, 215. 306. 307 

MIRON. PHILIP J . Pensacola, FL, 
Senior, Mangmnt , 71.227.282. 
283. 384 

MITCHELL, JO BETH, Meridian, 
MS, Sophomore, Marktng., 288, 
289, 353 



MITCHELL, MICHAEL HOY, 
Tallahassee, FL, Sophomore, 
Bank and Fin., 308, 309, 353 

MITCHELL, NANCY FORRESTER, 
Louisville, MS, Senior, Marktng., 
288, 289, 384 

MOAK, ROBERT WARREN, Bogue 
Chitto, MS, Senior, Urban Ad , 212, 
300,301 

MOAK, ROGER ALAN, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Gen Bus., 260, 282, 

283, 369 

MOBLEY, JOHN CHARLES JR.. 
Saltillo. MS, Senior, Gen. Bus., 

284, 285 

MOELLER, JILL ANN, Quincy, IL, 
Junior, Econ..238 

MOFFATT, MELISSA, Winchester, 
TN, Junior, Bank and Fin., 143, 
266, 249, 267, 353 

MOFFETT, MICHAEL EUGENE, 
Meridian, MS, Phrm -II, Pharmacy, 
223, 392 

MOHAMED, SUSAN CAROL, 
Belzoni, MS, Senior, Elem. Ed., 
212,280,281,384 

MONCRIEF, JOHN RUSSELL, 
Tupelo, MS, Senior, Chem Eng., 
272, 273 

MONK, LINDA RENEE, Vicksburg, 
MS, Senior, English, 128, 134, 140, 
145,384 

MONTAGUE, CLAUDIA 
WILLIAMS, Hattiesburg, MS. 
Freshman, 274, 275 

MONTALVO, JULIAN DEAN, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus , 272. 273, 353 

MONTESI. TERRY RAYMOND, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
312,313 

MONTGOMERY, ALVIN DELAY 
JR , Weir, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus. 320, 321, 353 

MONTGOMERY, MURRY NEIL, 
Thaxton, MS, Senior, S. Ed. Sci., 
83 

MONTGOMERY, STEPHEN QUAY, 
Pontotoc, MS, Senior, Chem., 140. 
148.369 

MOODY. SHEA FIELDS, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Bank and Fin., 284, 
285 

MOORE, ALIDA MARIE, Amory, 
MS, Junior, 249, 280, 281 

MOORE, ARNOLD BRUCE JR., 
Laurel. MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy, 314, 315 

MOORE, CHARLES ED JR , 
Tupelo, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine. 284,285.353 

MOORE, CHARLES HARMON. 
Pascagoula, MS, Junior, Psyc, 
272, 273 

MOORE, CHRISTY LEIGH, 
Memphis, TN. Freshman, 
Marktng , 306, 307, 336 

MOORE, JAYME PHILLIPS, 
Clarksdale, MS, Senior, S Ed. S. 
S. 288. 289.384 

MOORE, LAURA CLARK, Morgan 
City, MS, Sophomore, Elem Ed., 
274, 275 

MOORE. MALCOLM SIDNEY JR., 
Tupelo, MS, Junior, Biol Sci., 145, 
147,148,284,285,369 

MOORE, MARCUS CLAUDE, 
Tupelo, MS, Sophomore. 
Medicine. 284, 285. 353 

MOORE. MARY MELISSA, 
Columbus, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy , 280, 281, 353 

MOORE, MARY TUCKER, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, 274, 
275 

MOORE, MATTHEW MCDAVID, 
Clinton, MS, Junior, Pol. Sci . 214, 
300, 301 

MOORE, RICHARD CONE JR , 
Spring, TX, Junior, Mech Eng , 
145,298,299,369 

MOORE, TAMARA, Meridian, MS, 
Sophomore, Psyc , 145, 227 

MOORE, TERESA ANN, Tupelo, 
MS, Freshman, Medicine, 290, 
291 , 336 

MOORE, WALTER TRINNER, 
Memphis, TN, Junior. Marktng., 
270, 271 

MOORE, WILLIAM MAULDIN, 
Pascagoula, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy , 284, 285, 336 



MOOREHEAD, JENNIFER LYNN, 
Carmel, IN, Senior, Biol Sci., 138, 
146,148,274,275,258,384 

MOORHEAD, PAMELA ANN, 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, See. 
Work. 143. 216, 353 

MORAN, ALFRED RUSSELL JR., 
Ocean Springs, MS, Freshman, 
Insur ,270, 271,336 

MORAN, ETHEL RUSSELL, Ocean 
Springs, MS, Senior, CIth Mer., 
290. 291 . 384 

MOREHOUSE, KATHERINE, 
Nashville, TN, Sophomore, Elem. 
Ed .274. 275 

MORELAND. BRIAN CLARK. 
Talladega, AL, Senior, H , P E and 
Rec, 109 

MORGAN, BETSY JANE, Grad III, 
Psyc ,215 

MORGAN, CAROLYN GAIL, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Comp. Sci.. 
229 

MORGAN, DAVID YONLEY. 
Grenada, MS, Freshman, Bank 
and Fin , 308, 309, 336 

MORGAN, DAVIS KEVIN, 
Hattiesburg. MS. Freshman. Gen 
Bus. 314,315 

MORGAN, DENNIS PAUL, 
Grenada, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 71,227, 353 

MORGAN, EDWARD ATKINSON 
JR , Sophomore, Marktng , 312, 
313 

MORGAN, FRED KEITH, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus. 251,314,315 

MORGAN. GARY HERSCHEL, 
Booneville, MS, Senior, Biol Sci., 
140,148 

MORGAN, JERRY ANN, Utica, MS, 
Junior, Biol. Sci , 145, 246, 369 

MORGAN. JOHN CHARLES, Long 
Beach, MS, Senior, 282, 283 

MORGAN, JOHN FRANKLIN, 
Oxford, MS. Freshman. Gen Bus . 
312.313.336 

MORGAN. JOHN MICHAEL, 
Oxford, MS, Grad III, Phrm. Sci., 
156,215 

MORGAN, MICHAEL PITTMAN, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Junior, Pre- 
Accy, 314, 315 

MORGAN, PAULA LEIGH, 
Grenada, MS, Sophomore, Soc / 
S. Wk, 99, 108, 143, 353 

MORGAN, SAMUEL 
KIRKPATRICK, Mt Pleasant. SC. 
Senior. Pol. Sci.. 109 

MORGAN, THOMAS HENRY JR , 
Calhoun City, MS. Freshman. 
Medicine. 276. 277. 336 

MORGANFIELD, ROBBIE RONE, 
Rolling Fork, MS, Junior, Radio 
and TV, 268, 269 

MORONEY, MARTHA ELLEN, 
Phoenix, AZ, Freshman, Comp. 
Sci, 306, 307 

MORRIS, BRUCE, Gallman, MS, 
Junior, H , P E, and Rec , 282, 283 

MORRIS, CATHY ANN, Oxford, 
MS, Senior, AppI Mus , 134, 140, 
21 5, 384 

MORRIS, CHARLES LAVERN, 
Columbia, MS, Junior, Econ , 282, 
283, 370 

MORRIS, HERBERT ALLEN JR., 
Poplarville. MS. Senior. Pre-Accy . 
292. 293. 370 

MORRIS, JAMES BRYON. 
Columbia, MS, Law II, Law, 200 

MORRIS, TINA JOY, Escatawpa, 
MS, Freshman, Bank and Fin , 306, 
307, 336 

MORRISON, SARA LANE, Mary 
Esther, FL, Sophomore, Chem 
Eng , 262, 263, 353 

MORRISSEY, GINA MARIE, 
Franklin, TN, Freshman, S. Ed H 
E .210. 266. 267 

MORROW. SANDRA ANN, 
Millington. TN, Sophomore, AppI. 
Mus . 286. 287. 336 

MORSE. EUGENE RICHARD. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. Gen. 
Bus. 292. 293 

MORSON. JOANNA R . LeIand. 
MS. Senior, Marktng , 215, 306, 
307, 384 



MOSBY, BILL RUSH III, Natchez. 
MS, Sophomore, Pre-Accy , 298, 
299 

MOSER, STEVEN ROGER, 
Calhoun City, MS, Freshman, 
Music, 154 

MOSES, JOSEPH LEE, Kenner, 
LA, Senior, Mangmnt.. 219, 276, 
277 

MOSHIER, BILLIE KAY, Memphis, 
TN, Freshman, Art-lntr . 304. 305 

MOSLEY. CYNTHIA ARLENE, 
LeIand. MS, Sophomore, H E- 
Intr , 304, 305 

MOSS, JENNIFER LINN, 
Sophomore, Pre-Accy , 143, 236,- 
306, 307 

MOSS. LEE JOY. Rockville. MD, 
Senior. English. 138. 140. 236. 
322. 323. 384 

MOSS. SHERRY LORRAINE. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. Comp. 
Sci. 143.262.263.353 

MOTHERSHED. MILTON ALLEN, 
Batesville. MS. Senior. Bank and 
Fin. 145. 314. 315 

MOULDS. MELINDA ANN. Little 
Rock. AR. Junior. Accy . 322. 323 

MOULDS. PATRICIA LOUISE. 
Sophomore. Mangmnt . 286, 287, 
336 

MOUNGER, DESMOND GRAHAM, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus.,210, 296, 297,353 

MOUNGER, HENRY H JR , 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Bank and 
Fin, 147, 296, 297. 210, 370 

MOUNGER, MARY RITA, 
Tylertown, MS, Freshman, Phllo., 
212,262,263.336 

MOUNGER. ROBERT GORE, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin , 296, 297 

MOUNTFORD, GORDON JOHN. 
Madison, MS. Freshman. 
Medicine. 292. 293. 336 

MOYES. MICHAEL STEVEN. 
Memphis. TN. Junior. Mangmnt., 

284. 285. 353 

MOYNIHAN, DAVID PATRICK. Bay 
Springs. MS. Senior. Soc./S Wk . 
298. 299 

MUELLER. JOSEPH PAUL JR . 
Corpus Christi. TX. Sophomore. 
Gen Bus , 296. 297. 353 

MUIRHEAD, SARA. Memphis. TN, 
Junior, Med. Rec , 278, 279 

MULKIN, JOEL WHITE, Bessemer, 
AL, Sopfiomore, Bank and Fin., 
104.143.145.314.315 

MULLIGAN. CARL DENVER. New 
Orleans. LA. Junior, Jour and 
Adv, 244, 250, 261,310, 311 

MULLINS, ANGELIA GAY, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Jour., 216, 
353 

MULLINS, JUDY CAROL, 
Nettleton, MS, Senior, Law Ento., 
140, 384 

MULLINS, SALLY YVONNE, 
Natchez, MS, Freshman, V Hm. 
Ec .288. 289 

MULLINS. SARAH BUSH. 
Mendenhall. MS. Junior. Radio 
and TV. 288. 289. 370 

MUNN. JON ALAN. Mendenhall. 
MS. Freshman, Gen. Bus.. 284. 

285, 336 

MUNRO, JATA FALLS, Biloxi. MS, 
Freshman, Psyc , 212, 280, 281 

MURPHREE, SHARON 
ELIZABETH, Shelby, MS. Senior, 
Elem Ed , 304, 305 

MURPHY, RHONDA JO, Oxford, 
MS, Junior, Nursing, 286, 287 

MURRAY, CHRISTOPHER, 
Springfield, IL, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus. 316. 317 

MURRAY. KENNETH GORDON. 
Bude. MS. Phrm -III. Pharmacy, 
223, 392 

MURRAY, LEE ANNE, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, English, 262, 263. 
336 

MURUAKO, DAVID UZOMA. Grad 
III, Econ. 151 

MUSE. GREGORY HANLEY. 
Tupelo. MS, Grad. I. Bus. Adm., 
151.396 



4:)0— Index 



Philips 



MYERS. ANNE POLK. Hatliesburg, 
MS. Junior, History. 199. 278. 279, 
243, 370 

MYERS, CHERYL ANN, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Home Ec , 142, 274, 
275, 353 

MYERS, CYNTHIA CAMPBELL, 
Jacksonville, FL, Sophomore. 286, 
287 

MYERS, GREGORY BOWMAN, 
Lexington, KY, Junior, Gen Bus , 
270, 271 

MYERS, MARTHA ELIZABETH, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 274, 275, 336 

MYERS, PATRICIA MEREDITH, 
Lexington, KY, Freshman, 304, 
305 

MYLES, WAYNE EVERETT, Friars 
Point, MS. Unclass., Accy -Pro., 
239, 385 

MYRES, HARPER RIVERS, 
Greenville, MS, Freshman, 312, 
313 



N 



NAAMAN, MICHAEL ANTHONY, 
Greenwood, MS, Junior, Bank and 
Fin ,145, 147, 215 

NADER, DEBORAH LYNN, 
Jackson, MS, Gen Bus., 266, 267, 
370 

NALTY, RAYMOND JOSEPH III. 
Jackson, MS. Junior, Bank and 
Fin., 284, 285 

NANCE, JOHN REYNOLDS JR , 
Nashville, TN, Freshman, 292, 293, 
336 

NAPIER, RAMON MONROE, Petal, 
MS, Phrm.-lll, Pharmacy, 156, 392 

NASH, MARTHA ANN, 
Hopkinsville, KY, Freshman. Pre- 
Accy , 266, 267 

NAUGLE, NINA ELIZABETH, West 
Pomt, MS. Senior. Marking. 212. 
280, 281 

NAVE, MARK LEE, Sandersville, 
MS. Senior, Jour , 145, 385 

NAYLOR. ROBERT MANNING, 
West Memphis, AR, Freshman, 
Pre-Accy, 300, 301,336 

NEAL, CARLA ANN, Ruleville, MS, 
Freshman, H., P.E. and Rec, 238, 
262, 263, 336 

NEAL, GEORGE JR.. Ruleville. 
MS. Grad. I, Crim. Jst.. 252. 396 

NEELD, JAMES HARVEY IV. 
Yazoo City. MS. Sophomore. 
Accy. 143. 145. 312. 313. 261 

NEELY, JOHNNY DEE. Braxton. 
MS. Junior. Biol. Sci . 145. 148. 
284, 285 

NEELY. ROBERT JERRY, Braxton, 
MS, Phrm.-ll, Pharmacy. 147. 223, 
284, 285 

NEILSON, MELANY CHERYL, 
Lexington, MS. Law I, Law, 145 

NELSON. BETTYE JEANETTE. 
Goodman, MS, Senior, Pol. Sci., 
206. 247 

NELSON. CYNTHIA ANN. 
Clarksdale. MS. Sophomore. Elem 
Ed , 288. 289. 353 

NEUHAUS. SCOTT VAUGHN. 
Tupelo. MS. Freshman. Marking . 
314.315.336 

NEUMAN, HEIDI KAROL, 
Vicksburg. MS. Junior. Radio and 
TV. 238. 288, 289 

NEVINS, BONNIE ELIZABETH, 
Florence, AL, Freshman, Radio 
and TV, 288, 289, 336 

NEW, PAMELA LEE, Oxford, MS, 
Freshman, 306. 307, 336 

NEWBERRY, KIMBERLY ANN, 
Little Rock, AR, Freshman. 
Pharmacy. 306. 307. 336 

NEWCOMB. JOHN NOLAN. 
Osceola. AR. Junior. Bank and 
Fin .210. 314, 315 

NEWMAN, KAROL ANN, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Soc Work, 278, 279 

NEWTON, ISAAC ALTON, 
Greenville, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 312, 313 

NEWTON, NANCY LEE RANSON, 
Greenville, MS, Junior, Chem , 
278, 279 

NEYLAND. ROB'ERT NASH. 



Jackson. MS. Law I. Law. 200.316. 
317 

NICHOLAS. RICHARD MARK. 
Junior. Gen Bus . 308. 309 

NICHOLS. CARL GRADY III. 
LeIand. MS. Junior. Gen. Bus . 
312.313 

NICHOLS. VINCENT BERNARD. 
Byhalia. MS. Senior. Soc /S Wk.. 
294. 295, 385 

NICHOLSON, CHARLES W JR., 
Columbia, MS, Junior, Gen Bus., 
270, 271 

NICKEY, NANCY MANIER, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Gen Bus., 
266, 267 

NIX, JAMES ELMER, Jackson. MS. 
Freshman. Medicine. 296. 297 

NIX. SUSAN PAULETTE. Jackson. 
MS. Junior. Nursing, 278, 279 

NIXON. PATTI ANN. Memphis. TN. 
Senior. Elem Ed.. 1 79, 215. 290, 
291 . 243 

NIXON. TERI JEAN. Memphis, TN, 
Junior. Spch. Tpy.. 290. 291 

NOBLIN. RENEE MARIE PEREIRA. 
Oxford. MS. Junior. Spcl Ed . 105 

NOEL. ANN NANCY. Sophomore. 
CIthMer, 290.291 

NOLAND. MICHAEL ALLEN. 
Grenada. MS. Freshman. Bank 
and Fin . 270. 271 

NOLEN. JOHN EVERETT, 
University. MS, Junior, Marking., 
314,315,370 

NORDAN, JOHN S. II, Hattiesburg, 
MS, Sophomore, Gen. Bus., 215, 
296, 297, 354 

NORFLEET, LADY ELIZABETH, 
Pascagoula, MS, Phrm -III, 
Pharmacy, 156,392 

NORLING, ROBERT K.. Nashville, 
TN, Sophomore, Pre-Accy , 296, 
297 

NORTON. DEWEY ARNOLD JR . 
Jackson. MS, Senior, Pol. Sci., 
298, 299 

NUCKOLLS, JULIE KRISTIN, 
Meridian, MS, Freshman, 304, 305 

NUTT, TOBY KYLE, Louisville, KY, 
Sophomore, Gen Bus., 143, 145, 
308,309 

NWANOENYI, ALPHONSUS I, 
Senior, Elec Eng., 145, 385 



o 



ONEAL. DEBORAH ANN. 
Southaven. MS. Sophomore. CIth. 
Mer..239. 354 

OAKES. TERI S.. Ocean Springs, 
MS. Freshman , Medicine, 21 5. 
280, 281 , 336 

OAKLEY, MELISSA LYNN, 
Nashville, TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus. 262.263 

OBROSKY. KEITH WAYNE. Grad 
III. Phrm. Sci., 156 

OCONNELL. KATHRYN DIANNE, 
Prentiss, MS, Senior, Bank and 
Fin, 151.157, 278, 279 

O'CONNOR, ELIZABETH SETON, 
South Orange, NJ, Sophomore, H , 
P.E and Rec. 102.103.354 

O'CONNOR. JOSEPH PATRICK. 
Dallas. TX. Junior. Insur . 296. 297 

ODOM. CONNIE MARIE. Nashville. 
TN. Junior. Med Tech , 230, 290, 
291,370 

ODOM, ELIZABETH STREATER, 
Greenwood, MS, Senior, Marking , 
274. 275 

ODOM, TARA LEIGH. Freshman. 
201.278.279.336 

ODUM. LARA DAWN. Fairfield. IL. 
Freshman. Radio and TV. 262, 263 

OGLE, ROBERT WAYNE, Saltillo, 
MS, Senior, Accy , 284, 285 

OKEKE, CYRIL CHUKWUEMEKA, 
Anambra State, Sophomore, Pol 
Sci., 294, 295, 354 

OLA, MARY HELEN, Greenwood, 
MS, Senior, Marking., 151,215, 
288, 289 

OLIVER, ANITA DIANE, Memphis, 

TN, Junior, Comm. Dis.. 288. 289. 

249 

OLIVER. JOSEPH DELBERT III. 

Jackson. MS. Senior. Pre-Accy.. 

138.139.157 



OLSON. RAMONA YVONNE. 
Nashville. TN. Junior, Accy . 322. 
323. 370 

OMAN. BOND EMERSON. 
Nashville. TN. Freshman. Gen. 
Bus. 312,313 

OSBORNE. WALTER WILLIAM 
JR . Vicksburg. MS. Junior, Pre- 
Accy. 154. 220, 370 

OSBORNE, WILLIAM ARTHUR, 
Medina, TN, Sophomore, Law 
Enfo, 238, 272, 273, 336 

OTIS, JAMES CBiloxi, MS, 
Freshman, Gen. Bus., 81 

OTT, KATHERINE ELIZABETH, 
McComb, MS, Junior, Mangmnt., 
230, 354 

OTT, TIMOTHY ALLEN, Petal. MS, 
Junior, Gen Bus , 109 

OTTO, DAVID ANTHONY, 
Gulfport, MS, Junior, Chem. Eng., 
145.300.301 

OVERTON. KENDALL 
ELIZABETH. Freshman. Gen. 
Bus.. 266. 267 

OWENS, CHARLES DANIEL, 
Sophomore, Accy., 142, 200, 239, 
354 

OWENS. CYNTHIA BLAIR. Junior. 
Jour . 238. 306, 307, 370 

OZBORN, JAMES KENNETH II, 
Decatur, MS, Senior, Biol. Sci., 
212,385 



P 



PALMER, BRIAN MARC, Baton 
Rouge, LA, Junior, H. P.E. and 
Rec. 318. 319. 370 

PALMER. CAROL CLARE. Forest. 
MS. Senior. Rec. Ldrs.. 274. 275. 
385 

PALMER. JAMES BROWN. 
Jackson. MS. Freshman, Law 
Enfo., 296, 297 

PALMER, JOHN NORRIS, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Marking., 
292, 293 

PALMER, PENNY SUE, Corinth, 
MS. Sophomore, Elem. Ed , 278, 
279 

PALMIER!. DANA, 288. 289, 258, 
385 

PALMERTREE, KEVIN LAEL JR , 
Batesville, MS, Phrm.-ll, 
Pharmacy, 223 

PANAGON, THOMAS BASIL, Eau 
Claire, Wl, Junior, Marking., 300, 
301 

PANG, RANDY ALAN, Greenville, 
MS. Junior. Geology. 302. 303. 
261.370 

PANNELL. ATOKA DAWN. 
Memphis. TN. Freshman. Gen 
Bus.. 262. 263. 377 

PARIS. IRMA LEONARD. 
Indianola. MS. Junior. Elem. Ed.. 
215,236.274.275.258 

PARIS. LEROY HENRY II. 
Indianola. MS. Law I, Law, 147, 
284, 285, 396 

PARIS. SALLY SUSAN. 
Jacksonville, FL, Senior, Spch. 
Tpy , 278, 279 

PARK, DAPHNE GAY, Brandon, 
MS, Freshman, Crt Rpig , 278, 
279, 377 

PARKE, MARY SUSAN, Picayune, 
MS, Senior, Art, 140 

PARKER, ANN DUBOSE, 
Columbus, MS, Junior. V Hm Ec. 
280, 281 , 258, 370 

PARKER, EDD TATE JR , Chagrin 
Falls, OH, Sophomore, Marking., 
212,296,297 

PARKER, EDWIN LEWIS, 
Inverness, MS, Freshman, Math, 
292, 293 

PARKER, FRANK DUPREE, 
Columbus, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus. 101, 314. 315 

PARKER. GARY WAYNE. Winona. 
MS, Sophomore. Jour, and Adv . 
272. 273 

PARKER. MARGARET RACHEL, 
Tupelo, MS. Junior, Rec. Ldrs., 
290, 291 



PARKER, PAMELA JEAN, 
Charleston, MS, Junior. Bank and 
Fin .215.354 

PARKER. PENNY GAIL. Meridian. 
MS. Freshman. Med Tech . 278. 

279, 377 

PARKER. TAMARA ANN, Oxford. 
MS, Phrm -I, Pharmacy, 262, 263, 
392 

PARKER. WILLIAM THURMAN 
JR., Hernando. MS. Sophomore. 
Comp Sci . 310. 311 

PARKS. CARLA PATRICE, New 
Albany, MS, Junior, V Hm Ec , 

280, 281 

PARKS, IRVING DEFOREST, 
Sophomore, Radio and TV, 227, 
298, 299 

PARKS, KATHLEEN MEAGHER, 
Southaven, MS, Freshman, Elem 
Ed , 304, 305, 377 

PARR, GARY M . Kennetl, MO, 
Freshman, Pre-Accy , 298, 299 

PARSONS, MARY ELIZABETH, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Bus. Ed.. 
290, 291 

PARSONS, RONALD E. 
Sophomore, Marking., 316. 317 

PARTIN. MARY ELIZABETH. 
Unclass . Jour . 227, 396 

PARTLOW, ELIZABETH ANN, 
BIytheville, AR, Sophomore, Dent 
Hyg., 306. 307, 354 

PARTRIDGE. STEVEN WAYNE. 
Oxford. MS. Senior. Pre-Accy , 
157.385 

PASLAY. WENDY WALL. Junior. 
Soc. Work, 306, 307, 370 

PASTEWKA, SHERI ANN, 
Freshman, Psyc, 249 

PATTERSON, CATHERINE ANNE, 
Atlanta, GA, Junior, Pre-Accy , 
266, 267 

PATTERSON, CATHY LEIGH, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, 288, 289, 
377 

PATTERSON, DONALD ALLEN, 
Marigold, MS. Freshman. Mus. 
Educ. 239 

PATTERSON, JANE GIVENS, 
Brookhaven, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 280, 281 , 377 

PATTERSON, JUDY RENE, 
Mendenhall, MS, Freshman, Elem. 
Ed, 21 5, 306, 307, 377 

PATTERSON, LEE ANNE, 
Freshman, Elem. Ed.. 278. 279. 
377 

PATTERSON. PATTI ANNE. 
Pontotoc. MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 159.280,281 

PATTERSON, PATTI JEANETTE, 
Hollandale, MS, Senior, Medicine, 
1 29, 1 36. 1 46, 1 38. 1 48, 215, 225, 
304,305,399.385,354 

PATTERSON, ROBERT 
RAYMOND, Jackson. MS. Senior. 
Accy, 157. 215. 370 

PATTON. MARY J., Clarksdale, 
MS, Sophomore, CIth. Mer , 306, 
307 

PATTON, WORD BAKER JR., 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Rec. Ldrs.. 
296. 297 

PAXTON. ROBERT GALLA. 
Oxford. MS. Junior, Gen. Bus., 
312,313 

PAYNE, MARY KAREN, Phrm.-lll, 
Pharmacy, 266, 267, 392 

PEACOCK, CAROL A., Memphis. 
TN. Senior, CIth Mer., 239, 385 

PEAL, LINDA RAE, Oxford, MS, 
Junior, Pol Sci , 288. 289 

PEARSON. JACK BANE JR . 
Louisville, MS, Junior, Bank and 
Fin.,143. 284. 285 

PEARSON. JOHN FRANKLIN. 
Cleveland. MS, Senior. Gen. Bus . 
55. 147. 215. 227. 284. 285. 370 

PEARSON. MARK MILLS. 
Cleveland, MS, Senior, Insur., 213, 
284, 285, 385 

PEARSON, ROBERT RONALD, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman. 
Mangmnt.. 107, 272. 273, 377 

PEASTER, LAURA FAYE, Yazoo 
City, MS, Sophomore, V. Hm. Ec . 
274. 275. 354 

PEDEN. PAMELA GAY. Jackson. 
MS, Freshman, Pol. Sci , 215, 288. 
289, 377 



PEDRON, JEFFREY LEWIS, 
Vicksburg. MS. Sophomore, Gen 
Bus. 312, 313 

PEEL, JOHN KELLY. Memphis. 
TN, Senior. Mangmnt . 109 

PEENSTRA.TODDEGAN. 
Gulfport. MS. Freshman. 292. 293 

PEEPLES. BRADLEY STUART, 
Coffeeville, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus, 312, 313 

PEEPLES. RONALD EDWARD, 
Blue Springs. MS. Phrm -III. 
Pharmacy. 129. 156.392 

PEERY. ADAIR ANN. Oxford. MS. 
Freshman. Gen Bus . 280. 281 

PEETS. RANDOLPH DILLON III. 
Jackson. MS. Junior. Marking . 
219.314,315.370 

PELLE, VIRGINIA LEIGH, Junior, 
History, 304. 305 

PENDER. LESLIE LYNNE, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy, 266, 267 

PENDLETON, EDMUND ALAN, 
Littleton, CO, Senior, Geology, 
272, 273, 385 

PENNINGTON, NANCY 
MARGARET, Fayetteville, AR, 
Sophomore. S Ed S S . 242. 354 

PENNINGTON. ROSEMARY. 
Laredo. TX, Senior, Soc /S Wk , 
288, 289, 370 

PENNY, JAMIE CAROLYN, 
Tupelo. MS. Sophomore. Anthro., 
143,145,266,267 

PERKINS, EDDIE, Clarksdale, MS. 
Senior. Biol. Sci., 154, 239, 268, 
269 

PERKINS, MEREDITH DENISE, 
Pine Bluff, AR, Sophomore, 
Mangmnt , 266, 267, 354 

PERKINS, PHILLIP KERRY, 
Brandon, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 312, 313 

PERKINS, STANLEY LAWRENCE, 
Water Valley, MS, Senior, Insur., 
298, 299 

PERRY, LEON JR., Gloster, MS, 
Junior, Law Enfo , 76, 78,81, 109 

PERRY, QUINTON BOUDREAUX, 
Greenwood, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 296, 297 

PERRY, TIMOTHY TURNER, 
University, MS, Grad. Ill, Econ.. 
151 

PERSON. TANA JEAN. 
Greenwood. MS. Senior. Elem. 
Ed . 274. 275. 370 

PETERS. LESLIE CAROLE. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. Comm. 
Dis. 215. 290.291 

PETERSEN. DAVIS. Anniston, AL, 
Sophomore, Bank and Fin.. 314. 
315 

PETERSON, DEBORAH JEAN, 
Clinton, MS, Junior, Adm. Serv , 
290, 291 , 354 

PETERSON, JAMES, Grad III, 
Educ, 129 

PETERSON, THOMAS ALLEN, 
Senatobia, MS, Sophomore, Mus. 
Educ . 239. 240 

PETIT JEAN. DESIREE S.. Rayne. 
LA. Sophomore. Gen. Bus . 215. 
286. 287 

PETKOVSEK. JEANENE MARIE, 
Natchez, MS, Junior, Elem Ed., 
304, 305, 370 

PETREE, DINAH WEATHERFORD, 
Florence, AL, Freshman, Econ.. 
290. 291 . 377 

PETTIS. NELLIE K.. Sophomore. 
Corrctns . 246. 354 

PETTRY. DAVID EMORY JR., 
Starkville. MS. Freshman. 
Mangmnt . 320, 321 

PEYREGNE, DEBBIE LYNN, 
Ocean Springs, MS, Phrm -II, 
Pharmacy, 148.244 

PHAN. QUANG QUOC. Jackson. 
MS. Sophomore. Medicine, 143, 
151,354 

PHELPS, ROBERT HOUSLEY JR.. 
Columbus. MS, Unclass , Bus. 
Adm. 152. 282.283. 354 

PHILIPS. ROBERT OLIVER, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, 
Medicine, 316, 317 



Index — 431 



Phillips 



PHILLIPS. ANGELINA DEMISE. 
Pascaqoula, MS. Freshman. Arl. 
288. 289. 377 

PHILLIPS. DANIEL MORRIS. 
Oxford. MS. Senior. Jour and 
Adv. 136.147.210.298.299 

PHILLIPS. DARBY DEE, Junior. 
Radio and TV. 208. 21 5. 288. 289. 
354 

PHILLIPS. DAVID TIMOTHY, 
Oxford. MS, Sophomore. Jour 
and Adv. 284. 285 

PHILLIPS. DEBRA SUSAN. 
Sophomore, Elem Ed., 306. 307. 
354 

PHILLIPS. EMILY BRYANT. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. Crt. 
Rptg. 143,274.275. 354 

PHILLIPS. FORREST C JR.. 
Hatliesburg. MS, Junior, Gen. 
Bus, 83, 111 

PHILLIPS. GINA SPEARS, 
Batesville. MS. Junior. Pol Sci . 
212.354 

PHILLIPS. JEAN CAROL. 
Hatliesburg. MS, Sophomore. 
Gen Bus . 274. 275, 377 

PHILLIPS. JEANNE BELLE, 
Camden, AR, Sophomore, 
Pharmacy,145, 280, 281 

PHILLIPS. JULI ANN, 
Germantown, TN, Freshman, 
Elem Ed, 101,274, 275 

PHILLIPS. MARK THEODORE. 
Vicksburg. MS, Senior, Biol Sci , 
147,148,312,313,386 

PHILLIPS. MATTHEW RAY. 
Indianapolis, IN, Senior, Biol. Sci., 
148 

PHILLIPS, MICHAEL STEPHEN. 
Bay St Louis. MS. Phrm -III. 
Pharmacy. 156.392 

PHILLIPS. MITYLENE BOWRON. 
Fort Smith. AR. Senior. Gen Bus . 
213.274.275 

PHILLIPS. PAUL SCOTT. 
Freshman. Gen Bus., 312, 313, 
377 

PHILLIPS, RENEE JEANETTE. 
McClure, IL, Sophomore, H., P E 
andRec, 154,238, 354 

PHILLIPS, ROBERT RUSSELL. 
Pearl. MS. Sophomore. S Ed S 
S.310.311,354 

PHILLIPS. STEPHANIE DAWN. 
Hawthorne. FL. Freshman. Radio 
and TV. 238. 288. 289. 377 

PHILPOT, CLIFF H, 
Lawrenceburg, TN, Junior, Bank 
andFin .270. 271.370 

PICKENS. KELLY ANN. Freshman. 
Gen Bus . 304.305 

PICKERING. JAMES GARY. 
Hatliesburg. MS. Junior. 
Mangmnl. 47. 109. 110,113,284. 
285 

PICKLE. ALLAN THOMAS. Oxford. 
MS. Junior. Marking . 308. 309 

PICKLE. MARGARET JEAN. 
Kosciusko. MS. Senior. S Ed Sci . 
280, 281 

PIERCE. CHRISTY LYNN. 
Columbia. MS. Sophomore. 304. 
305 

PIERCE. LISA VICTORIA. Long 
Beach. MS. Freshman. Radio and 
TV. 215. 278. 279. 337 

PIERCE. MICHAEL EDWADRD. 
Alice. TX. Freshman. Mus Educ 
239, 337 

PIGG,PATTI, Pulaski, TN, 
Sophomore, Elem Ed . 322. 323. 
242.354 

PIGOTT. MICHAEL EUGENE. 
Jackson. MS. Junior. Mangmnt . 
149.272.273.370 

PILGRIM, JAMES STEVAN, 
Brandon, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy , 292. 293 

PINDELL. LAURA JANE. 
Indianapolis. IN. Freshman. Jour . 
306. 307 

PINION. ANGELA BLISS. Lambert. 
MS. Freshman. 215 

PINKSTON. CATHERINE CLAIRE. 
Vicksburg. MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus , 288. 289 

PINSON. JANE. Jackson. MS, 
Freshman, V Hm Ec , 288. 289. 
201 



PIRRIE. MARY KATE. Nashville. 
TN, Freshman, Corrctns., 266, 
267, 242 

PIRTLE, JEANANN, Tyler. TX. 
Senior. Art-lntr . 278. 279. 386 

PITTMAN. BEAU BRYAN. 
Memphis. TN. Freshman, 
Medicine, 314, 315, 337 

PITTMAN, DONNA KATHERINE, 
Greenville, MS, Junior, Elem Ed , 
280,281.354 

PITTMAN, JACK HOMER JR.. 
Hatliesburg. MS. Sophomore. Pre- 
Accy. 316.317 

PITTMAN. JAMES ARCHIE JR.. 
Jackson, MS, Phrm. -Ill, Pharmacy, 
223, 298, 299, 392 

PITTMAN. JAMES CALHOUN III. 
Hatliesburg. MS. Junior. Gen 
Bus . 292. 293 

PITTMAN. MELANIE. Brandon. 
MS, Senior, AppI Mus , 262. 263. 
258. 370 

PLANTS. ROBERT THOMAS, 
Oxford. MS. Senior. S. Ed. S. S., 
284.285 

PLAXICO. CHESTER MICHAEL, 
Waterford. MS, Junior, Law Enfo.. 
294. 295. 354 

POBST. SALLY LEA. Sikeston. 
MO. Freshman. English. 290. 291 

POINTER, MONROE JR , Como. 
MS. Freshman. Gen Bus . 314. 
315.337 

POLING. CHARLES JOSEPH. San 
Francisco. CA, Junior. Jour . 228, 
252 

POLLARA, RICHARD JOSEPH, 
Potomac, MD, Senior, English. 104 

POLLARD. MARY CLAIRE. 
Sophomore. Elem Ed.. 288. 289 

POMERANZ. MICHAEL 
BUCKEYE, Nashotah. Wl. Senior. 
S Ed BE .110. 111.386 

PONDER. RANDALL DEAN. 
Mendenhall, MS, Senior, 
Mangmnl.. 149. 282. 283. 386 

POPE. ALISSA KATHLEEN, 
Jackson, h^, Sophomore, Med 
Tech , 262. 263. 354 

POPE. JOHNNY WAYNE. 
Carthage. MS. Junior. Pol Sci . 
145.370 

PORTER, BETTY LOU, Myrtle. MS. 
Sophomore. Pre-Accy . 143 

PORTER. LEE ANN. Springfield. 
TN, Senior. Bank and Fin . 1 34. 
138.190.150.151,211,322,323, 
386 

PORTER, MARK MAURICE, 
Meridian, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus , 
296. 297 

PORTREY. MICHAEL JOE. 
Wesson. MS. Senior. Law Enfo . 
320. 321 , 370 

POTTS. JENNIE DELEIGH. 
Sophomore. Spcl Ed . 304. 305 

POTTS, RONNIE LYNN, Myrtle. 
MS, Senior, H , P E and Rec . 318. 
319 

POTTS. VIRGINIA GAYLE. Durant. 
MS. Senior. CIth Mer . 304. 305. 
386 

POUNDS. CYNTHIA LYNN, 
Madison, MS. Senior. Accy . 150. 
157.386 

POUNDS. TIMOTHY WAYNE. 
Madison, MS. Sophomore. Chem 
Eng. 298. 299. 354 

POWELL. BARBARA CAROL. 
Houlka. MS. Grad I. Educ . 215 

POWELL, JOHN FRANKLIN. 
Florence. MS. Freshman. Pre- 
Accy. 251,337 

POWELL. PAMELA ANN, New 
Albany, MS, Freshman, CIth Mer , 
280.281.337 

POWELL. S BETH. Freshman. 
Comm Dis . 183, 280,281,338 

POWELL, TERRI ANN, Jackson, 
MS, Grad I, Accy -Pro , 157 

PRATHER, LEISHA JANE. Junior. 
Comm Dis , 100, 288, 289. 354 

PRATHER. LYDIA SUE. Natchez. 
MS. Phrm -I. Pharmacy, 119, 225, 
392 

PRATHER, PAMELA, Columbus, 
MS, Junior, Pre-Accy . 145. 198. 
202.212.280.281,370 



PRESLEY, CURTIS EDWARD III, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, English, 
296, 297 

PRESLEY. DONALD ANSEL. 
Louisville. MS. Freshman. Dntstry.. 
270.271.338 

PREVOST. DURENDA LEE, Moss 
Point, MS, Senior, Gen Bus , 250, 
386 

PREWITT, THOMAS WENDALL, 
Freshman, Radio and TV, 308, 
309, 338 

PRICE. BETTIE CATHERINE, 
Vicksburg, MS, Junior, Radio and 
TV. 286. 287. 370 

PRIMOS. KATHERINE GWYNN. 
Jackson. MS. Freshman. Elem 
Ed. 215. 274.275. 338 

PRIMOS. MARY ALICE. Junior. 
Elem Ed. 274. 275 

PRIMOS. WILLIAM ANGELO. 
Jackson. MS. Senior. Medicine, 
136, 140. 147. 145. 148. 284. 285 

PRINGLE. CAROLINE SLAYDEN. 
Biloxi. MS. Freshman, Elem Ed., 
278, 279 

PRITSCHER, RUTH CAROLYN, 
Alexandria, VA, Grad I, Bus Adm . 
151 

PROCTOR, MARGARET JENNY. 
Birmingham. AL. Sophomore. Rec 
Ldrs , 304, 305 

PROVENCE, BRADLEY KEITH, 
New Albany, MS, Sophomore, 
Chem Eng ,316, 317 

PROVENZA, MARGARET ROSE. 
Greenville, MS, Junior, Rec Ldrs.. 
304. 305. 371 

PROVIN, WILLIAM HOLLANDS. 
Tonawanda. NY. Unclass., Gen. 
Bus. 229 

PRUETT. MICHAEL RIDDELL, 
Memphis, TN, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 142, 145, 199, 296, 297, 
354 

PRUETTE, JANET KIMBERLY, 
Germantown, TN, Sophomore, 
Pre-Accy.. 142. 195. 203. 215, 227, 
274, 275, 354 

PRYOR, LESLEY JAN, Jonesboro, 
AR, Freshman, 290, 291 , 338 

PSANOS, KIMBERLY ANN, 
Jackson. MS, Sophomore, Jour, 
and Adv, 262, 263, 354 

PUCKETT, JENNIFER CAMILLE, 
Gulfport. MS, Freshman. Elem. 
Ed. 274. 275 

PUNSHON. JANICE ANN. 
Tallahassee. FL. Senior, Gen 
Bus, 146, 157,306. 307, 386 

PURSER, CYNTHIA JEAN, 
Vicksburg, MS, Freshman, 280, 
281 , 338 

PURSER, LISA GAYLE, Vicksburg, 
MS, Senior, Jour., 129, 136, 138, 
146, 180, 215, 224, 227, 280, 281 , 
386 

PURVIS. JANET LYNN, 
Toomsuba, MS, Junior, Bank and 
Fin ,157,250, 354 

PUTMAN, BONNIE GAIL, Brandon, 
MS. Freshman. Spcl Ed . 262. 263. 
338 



R 



Q 



QUATTLEBAUM, MILES TODD. 
Helena, AR, Senior, Bank and Fin , 
145.314.315 

QUICK. NANCY DEAN. 
Statesboro. GA. Sophomore, 
Marking , 239, 322, 323, 354 

QUIGLEY, THOMAS ALBERT. 
Gulfport, MS, Senior, Chem., 41 , 
78,140,145,148.292,293 

QUIN, MOLLY MELINDA, Jackson, 
MS. Senior. Comm Dis . 262. 263. 
386 

QUINN. NINA GAYNEL, Jackson. 
TN. Freshman. Phys Tpy . 215. 
274.275 

QUIRICONI. SHANNON KAY. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. 
Nursing. 142. 145. 286, 287, 258 

QUIRICONI, STEPHAN FRANK, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman. Gen 
Bus . 244. 272. 273. 338 

QUIRICONI. STEPHANIE ANN, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy, 215, 278. 279 



RABITO. FELICIA ANN. 
Sophomore. Gen Bus . 142. 145. 
208.306,307,215 

RAINES, DEBORAH KAYE, 
Brandon, MS. Senior, Soc/S Wk . 
304, 305. 386 

RAINEY. LISA SUZANNE. Senior. 
Soc /S Wk . 280. 281 

RAINS. FRANCIS TOD. 
Pascagoula. MS. Freshman. 
Dntstry , 300, 301 

RAINWATER, JANICE ANITA, 
Memphis, TN. Junior. Accy . 304. 
305 

RAMAGE. MARTIS DONALD JR . 
Verona. MS. Senior. Bank and 
Fin. 21 0.386 

RAMSAY. GARY LESLIE. 
Southaven. MS. Grad I. Bus. 
Adm. 151,396 

RAMSAY, GRANVILLE PARKER, 
Vicksburg, MS, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin, 314, 315 

RAMSEY, LAURENCE PERRY, 
Nashville, TN, Freshman. Gen 
Bus. 292. 293 

RAND, FRED TURNER IV, Ya200 
City, MS, Junior, Chem Eng., 300. 
301,261 

RANDOLPH, MITZI CAROL, New 
Albany, MS, Senior, H E -Intr , 304. 
305 

RANKIN, SHERI L., St Louis, MO, 
Senior, Marking , 150, 188,238. 
274. 275 

RARDIN. KEVIN RUSSELL. 
Aberdeen. MS, Senior, English, 
145 

RASH, ELIZABETH LAWRIE. 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, H.E.- 
Intr . 247. 338 

RATCLIFF. JAMES C . Brooksville. 
MS. Senior. Biol Sci . 316. 317 

RATCLIFF. RANDI LYN. Madison, 
MS, Freshman, Marking., 215, 288, 
289, 338 

RATCLIFF, ROBERT ALLEN, 
Brooksville, MS. Freshman. Gen 
Bus. 316. 317 

RATLIFF. RODGER DRANE. 
Crystal Springs. MS. Senior, Bank 
andFin .314.315 

RAWLS. CLIFFORD ANDREW, 
Gulfport. MS, Junior, Accy , 272, 
273 

RAY, ALLEN DALE JR , Hot 
Springs, AR, Law III, Law, 198 

RAY. BO JAMES E . Jackson. MS. 
Freshman. Dntstry . 282. 283 

RAY. JAMES STEVENSON. 
Tupelo. MS. Junior. Medicine. 142. 
200.314.315,355 

RAY, JERRI LYNN. Madison. MS. 
Sophomore. CIth Mer . 290. 291 . 
355 

RAY. JOSEPH EUGENE. Oxford. 
MS. Sophomore. H . P E and Rec . 
272. 273. 338 

RAY. MARGARET ELIZABETH. 
Tupelo. MS. Freshman. 274. 275 

RAY, MARK ANDREW, Oxford. 
MS, Freshman, Accy , 212, 312, 
313,338 

RAY, MARTHA SUSAN, Hot 
Springs. AR. Junior. Pre-Accy , 
143.157.215.306,307.355 

RAY. MARY MELINDA, New 
Albany, MS, Sophomore, Rec 
Ldrs. 21 2. 304.305 

RAY. WANDA GENE. Jackson. 
MS. Senior, Accy , 150, 262, 263, 
386 

RAY, WILLIAM FREDERICK, 
Jackson, MS. Freshman. Biol. Sci., 
272. 273. 338 

REA. JAMES DERRIL JR . Saltillo. 
MS. Junior. Marking . 272, 273 

READ, BENJAMIN HOWARD, 
Dallas, TX, Junior, Gen Bus., 272, 
273 

READ, JOHN BASIL III, Oxford. 
MS. Senior. History. 149 

REARDON. RORY CAMPBELL. 
Clarksdale. MS. Junior. Radio and 
TV. 296, 297 



REASONS, DEBRA LYNN, 
Humboldt, TN, Senior, Art-lntr , 
280. 281 

REDDITT. LISA PATRICIA. 
Greenwood. MS. Junior. Home 
EC..55. 202. 225.280.281 

REDDITT. RALPH BARDIN. 
Greenwood. MS. Freshman. Gen 
Bus. 292. 293 

REED. CANDACE ELIZABETH. 
Memphis. TN. Freshman. Chem 
Eng . 227. 262. 263. 338 

REED. GAI LOUISE. Silver City. 
MS. Freshman. Crt Rptg .215. 
280. 281 . 338 

REED. WALTER BRYANT. 
Waukesha. Wl. Freshman, 
Pharmacy. 239. 338 

REED. WILLIAM RAY. Tupelo. MS, 
Freshman. Medicine. 314. 315. 338 

REED. WILLIAM ROBERT JR . 
Cleveland. MS. Junior. Civl. Eng., 
153,156,284,285 

REEVES. CYNTHIA LYNETTE. 
Memphis. TN. Sophomore. Radio 
andTV. 146. 242. 258. 355 

REEVES. JAMES SCOTT. Victoria, 
TX, Freshman, Mus Educ , 154, 
239, 338 

REEVES, JOHNNY RAYMOND, 
Jackson, MS. Law I. Law, 200 

REEVES, PHILIP M., Jackson, MS. 
Junior. Psyc . 308. 309 

REEVES, TIMOTHY FRANK, 
Corinth, MS, Junior, Bank and Fin.. 
272. 273 

REID. MARTHA ELIZABETH, 
Nacogdoches, TX, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy , 266, 267, 338 

REIHSEN, GERALD JOHN, 
Madison, Wl, Junior, Biol Sci.. 
145.272.273.355 

REILLY. HELEN ROBINSON, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Dent. 
Hyg . 274. 275 

REJEBIAN. MICHAEL VAHRAM, 
Dallas, TX, Junior, Radio and TV, 
284, 285 

RENFRO, TRACEY CAROL, 
Batesville. MS. Senior, ACcy.. 140, 
145,246,371 

RENFROW, RICHIE HARDIN. 
Leiand. MS. Junior. Insur . 300. 
301 . 355 

RESTA. JANET H . Vicksburg. MS, 
Freshman, Elem Ed , 290, 291 , 
338 

REYNOLDS, DANNY EUGENE, 
Dewey, OK, Senior. Comm Dis., 
199.270,271,371 

RHINE. LYNDA GAYLE. Franklin, 
TN, Junior, Marking . 280, 281 

RHODES, SHAVONNE LISA, 
Oxford, MS. Senior. Theatre. 262. 
263 

RHYNE. JULIE ANN. Lafayette. 
GA. Junior. CIth Mer , 230 

RICE, MARY LYNN, Benlonia, MS, 
Junior, Bank and Fin , 306, 307 

RICE, ROBERT KIRK, Webb. MS, 
Sophomore. H . P E and Rec.. 
312,313 

RICH, RONALD NEAL, Greenville, 
MS, Senior, Elec Eng , 140, 145, 
153,371 

RICHARDSON, KENNETH 
CHARLES. Olive Branch. MS. 
Freshman. 239 

RICHARDSON. ROBERT 
COFFMAN. Jackson, MS, 
Freshman. Dntstry . 212. 272. 273. 
338 

RICHARDSON, ROBERT PERCY. 
Birmingham, AL, Senior, 
Mangmnl , 292, 293 

RICHARDSON, RODNEY 
CHARLES, Jackson, MS, 
Freshman. Medicine. 282. 283. 338 

RICHEY, GREGG L , Pascagoula, 
MS. Junior. Dntstry . 106 

RIDDELL. JOHN FRAZIER, 
Canton, MS, Freshman, Gen. Bus., 
292. 293 

RIDER. JAMES NEIL, Jackson, 
MS, Senior. Chem Eng . 272. 273 

RIDGWAY. CAROLYN BENTLEY, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Soc Work, 
215,290,291 

RIDGWAY, JAMES LEWIS, 
Jackson. MS. Freshman. Bank and 
Fin., 296, 297 



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Selley 



RIDGWAY, LOUIS ERNEST, 
Jackson, MS, Senior. Chem , 145. 
148,272,273.386 

RILEY, ANN BONNEY. Meridian. 
MS. Sophomore. Gen Bus . 145. 
236. 278. 279. 355 

RILEY. BRADFORD B . Tupelo. 
MS, Junior. Marking . 314. 315 

RILEY. JAMES DAVID, Oxford, 
MS, Junior. Gen Bus . 316. 31 7 

RILEY. MICHAEL DAVID. 
Montgomery. AL, Freshman. 
Comp. Sci , 106, 284, 285, 338 

RILEY, STEPHEN MAYFIELD, 
Nettleton, MS, Senior, Jour, and 
Adv, 215, 228.314.315 

RISH, JAMES ALFRED. Pontotoc. 
MS. Freshman. Dntstry.. 239. 338 

RISH, JEFF WINDHAM III. 
Pontotoc. MS, Grad. I. Engr Sci , 
156 

RISH, MELANIE SUZETTE, 
Pontotoc. MS. Sophomore. Chem 
Eng.. 239. 355 

RITTER. GEORGE HOWARD. 
Oxford. MS. Junior, Bank and Fin , 
308, 309 

RIVER. KEITH ALAN, Junior, Bank 
and Fin, 270, 271 

RIVES. JULIAN WRAY, Corinth, 
MS, Senior, Accy., 1 45, 1 50, 1 57, 
386 

ROANE, MICHAEL LAWFORD. 
Clarksdale, MS, Senior, Ba. Econ , 
250, 371 

ROBERSON, WILLIAM JEFFREY, 
Baldwyn, MS, Junior, Jour., 229, 
239 

ROBERTS, ANGELA CAROLYN, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Junior, H.E.-lntr , 
47.183.278,279 

ROBERTS, FORREST DAVID, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 316, 317 

ROBERTS, JOANN MARIE, 
Olivette, MO. Senior. Chem. Eng.. 
130.152.386 

ROBERTS, JOHN CURTIS, 
Brandon, MS. Senior. Biol Sci . 
314.315 

ROBERTS, JOSEPH EDWARD 
JR., Jackson, MS, Law I, Law, 284, 
285 

ROBERTS, LEIGH ANNE, 
Germantown, TN, Sophomore, 
H.E.-lntr, 100, 179,288,289 

ROBERTS, STEPHEN COOK, 
Nashville, TN, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin , 296, 297 

ROBERTS, SUSAN DIANE, El 
Paso, TX, Junior, Crl. Rptg , 105, 
108 

ROBERTSON, CALVIN EDWARD, 
Sallis, MS, Senior, Gen. Bus.. 199. 
386 

ROBERTSON. JOHN RISHER. 
Clinton, MS, Sophomore, 314, 315 

ROBERTSON, KENNETH RAY JR . 
Clinton, MS. Junior, Biol. Sci.. 314, 
315 

ROBERTSON, MARIANNE 
DESAIX, Jackson, MS, Junior, 
CIth. Mer., 262, 263 

ROBERTSON, RICHARD COVEY. 
Jackson. MS, Junior, Insur , 213, 
308, 309 

ROBERTSON, TERRY ALLEN, 
Germantown, TN, Sophomore, 
Pre-Accy., 143, 284, 285, 355 

ROBERTSON, TORY LYNNE, 
Sikeston, MO, Junior, Jour, and 
Adv , 236, 266, 267, 371 

ROBICHAUX, MILTON JOSEPH. 
Vicksburg. MS. Sophomore. Gen 
Bus, 314, 315 

ROBINSON, ANN HORNE, 
Freshman, S. Ed S. S , 280, 281 

ROBINSON, DAVID MICHAEL, 
Madison. MS, Law II, Law, 276, 277 

ROBINSON, DON HUGH, 
Marshalltown, lA, Junior, Accy , 
272. 273, 355 

ROBINSON. FIELDING B JR . 
Jackson, MS. Junior. Urban Ad . 
215.282.283.371 

ROBINSON. FREDA MARGARET. 
Clarksdale. MS. Freshman. Inst. 
Mgt. 288. 289. 338 

ROBINSON, JAQUELINE, 
Memphis, TN, Senior. Jour, and 
Adv, 322. 323 



ROBINSON. MARTHA MAY, 
Como, MS. Freshman. 290. 291 . 
338 

ROBINSON. SUZANNE CARROLL. 
Miami. FL. Freshman. Adm Serv . 
215.338 

ROBY. MARK STEVEN. Yazoo 
City, MS. Freshman. Bank and 
Fin . 282, 283 

ROCHE, MARY HELEN, Atlanta, 
GA, Junior, Spch Tpy 236, 322, 
323 

RODGERS, DIANE ELIZABETH, 
West Memphis, AR, Freshman, 
280, 281 , 338 

RODGERS, JAMES GRIFFIS, Mt. 
Pleasant. lA. Sophomore, 
Marking , 145, 239, 298, 299, 355 

RODGERS, VALLERY FORBES, 
Clarksdale. MS. Senior. Spch. 
Tpy. 306,307,371 

ROEBUCK, KAREN DIANE, 
Aberdeen, MS, Senior, Pre-Accy , 
157,225,322,323,399,371 

ROGERS, HAMPTON WALKER. 
Tupelo, MS, Freshman, Jour , 314, 
315 

ROGERS, JOHN MILBEN JR , 
Morton, MS, Senior, Marking , 308. 
309 

ROGERS. MARY KIRKPATRICK. 
Amory. MS, Senior, Crt. Rptg . 221 . 
280. 281 . 386 

ROGERS. OBY THOMAS. Collins. 
MS, Sophomore, Econ., 210. 212. 
21 5. 296. 297. 308. 309. 338 

ROGERS. ROY GREGG. 
Louisville. MS. Freshman. Bank 
and Fin . 300. 301 

ROGERS, SONYA DENISE, 
Clinton, MS, Junior, Bus. Ed., 183, 
258,280,281.371 

ROGERS, WILLIAM BRYAN, 
Perkinston, MS, Junior, Medicine, 
282, 283 

ROHAN, LESLIE ALICE, 
Cincinnati, OH. Sophomore, Law 
Enfo,306,307 

ROLWING, PATRICIA JOAN, 
Junior, HE. -Intr, 290, 291 

ROMEO, RICHARD SCOTT, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus. 215. 238. 338 

ROMINE. BRUCE CLAUDE. Millis. 
MA, Junior, Gen Bus.. 145. 292. 
293 

ROMINE, MARK ANTHONY, Pine 
Bluff, AR, Freshman, Gen. Bus., 
238, 320, 321 , 338 

ROOKS, CARRIE SUE, 
Brownsville, TN, Freshman, Dent. 
Hyg. 215. 288. 289, 338 

ROPER, JAY MICHAEL, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Mangmnt., 270. 271 

ROSATTI. WILLIAM CHARLES, 
Clarksdale, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus. 312. 313 

ROSE, ELDRIDGE DUNN, Grad. I. 
Pol Sci., 294, 295, 397 

ROSE. REBECCA SUE. Freshman. 
Psyc .266. 267 

ROSE. SIDNEY MARK. Hazlehurst. 
MS. Junior. Elec Eng . 270. 271 

ROSEBERRY. MARCIA MELINDA. 
Hattiesburg, MS, Junior, Jour., 
198,212.304.305.371 

ROSENTRETER, MAX ALAN, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Psyc , 143, 
259 

ROSS, ANNA BUNTIN, Indianola, 
MS, Freshman. Phys Tpy . 215, 
278, 279 

ROSS, CHINO DALEE, Hernando, 
MS, Junior, S Ed SS, 215 

ROSS, JULIA CAROL, Oakland, 
MS, Junior, Bus. Ed.. 93 

ROSS. LAUREN ROBERT. 
Indianola. MS, Junior, Bank and 
Fin ,278, 279 

ROSS, LOUIE GREGORY, 
Clarksdale, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy , 272, 273, 338 

ROSS, MELINDA ANN, Meridian, 
MS, Junior, Socio., 306, 307 

ROSS, MYRTLE LUCINDA, 
Clinton, MS. Freshman. Gen Eng . 
266. 267. 338 

ROSS. THOMAS TROTTER. 
Clarksdale. MS, Law II, Law, 147 



ROSSER, MARY SCOTT, 
Vicksburg, MS, Junior, Accy , 142, 
145,199,200,304,305 

ROSSETTI, JAMES THOMAS, 
Shaw, MS, Senior, Accy , 145, 147, 
150,157,212,298,299,387 

ROUSE. SUSAN WAUNEITHE, 
Sophomore, Accy , 213, 274, 275. 
338 

ROUSH. MARK ALLEN. Waterloo. 
IL, Sophomore. M Bio and Imm.. 
217.239.355 

ROWAN. LYNNE. Germantown. 
TN. Senior. Elem Ed . 288. 289 

ROWAN, STEVEN ANDREW. 
Germantown. TN. Sophomore. 
Gen Bus .316. 317 

ROWLAND, MARGARET 
VICTORIA, Memphis, TN, 
Freshman. CIth Mer . 266, 267 

ROWLEY, STEPHANIE 
CULLINAN, Columbus, OH, 
Freshman, El Ed K8, 288, 289 

ROY, ANN CAROLINE, 
Sophomore, Pre-Accy., 304, 305, 
338 

ROZZELL, AMY ELIZABETH, 
Humboldt, TN, Senior, Phys. Tpy . 
145.210.215.280.281 

RUEGGER. KAREN LEA. 
Hollandale, MS. Freshman. Biol 
Sci..266, 267, 338 

RUFF. MARGARET ANN. Tupelo. 
MS, Sophomore, H., P.E and Rec . 
142,143.145,278,279 

RUFF, MYRA EASON, Tupelo, MS. 
Grad I, Educ . 278. 279 

RUNNELS. RHONA SHERYIL 
ALTER. Senior. Econ . 140, 151 , 
387 

RUNYAN, AMY CLAIRE, Memphis, 
TN, Sophomore, Radio and TV, 
288, 289, 355 

RUNYON, ALEX ANN, 
Sophomore, 238, 274, 275 

RUSH, JANET SUE, Biloxi, MS, 
Phrm.-ll. Pharmacy, 248, 392 

RUSHING, DAVID LEE, Amory, 
MS, Senior, Chem , 145, 148, 314, 
315 

RUSHING, KERMIT LEE III, Amory, 
MS, Sophomore, Civl. Eng., 314. 
315 

RUSHING. WILLIAM RICHARD, 
Forest. MS. Junior, Chem., 1 36, 
148.212.215.316.317 

RUSHTON. FRANCES LANELLE. 
Jackson. MS. Junior, Mangmnt., 
262, 263 

RUSSELL. DEBORAH JEAN, 
Oxford. MS. Law I. Law. 306, 307, 
397 

RUSSELL, FRANCINE ANN, Baton 
Rouge, LA, Junior, Theatre, 290, 
291,355 

RUSSELL, GEORGIANIA SUSAN, 
Clarksdale, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy . 215. 288. 289, 338 

RUSSELL, JOCELYN LORINDA, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Radio 
and TV, 229, 355 

RUSSELL, JUDY ANN, Newton, 
MS, Senior, S. Ed. B E., 288, 289. 
304. 305 

RUSSELL, MICHAEL WADE, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Marking., 
109 

RUSSELL. PEARL KATHREYN. 
Tupelo, MS, Senior, Biol Sci., 262. 
263. 387 

RUSSELL. SCOTTY LEE, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, 314, 315 

RUSSELL, THOMAS LOGAN JR., 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Econ., 
308, 309 

RUSSON, MANUEL G , Grad. III. 
Econ.. 151 

RUTLAND. SUSAN RENEE, 
Senior, H , P E and Rec , 93. 99. 
96,108 

RUTLAND, WILLIAM JEFFREY, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, 
Mangmnt, 142. 272, 273 

RUTLEDGE. TERRY L.. Amory. 
MS. Senior. Gen. Eng . 314. 315 

RYAN, DEBORAH LYNN, Dallas, 
TX, Junior. Radio and TV. 306. 307 

RYDER. STEPHEN KENNETH. 
Baldwyn. MS. Junior. Math. 300. 
301 



RYLAND. JULIE. Palatka, FL, 
Sophomore. Comm Dis . 238. 355 

RYLEE. JOHN MICHAEL, 
Lafayette, LA, Senior, Marking., 
215,239,298,299,387 



s 



SALTER, KATHERINE KAIGLER. 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus.,215. 290. 291.355 

SAMMONS. HARRY JR . Memphis. 
TN. Sophomore. Accy . 284. 285. 
106 

SAMMONS. STEVEN SCOTT, 
Memphis. TN, Sophomore, 
Marking ,314,315, 355 

SAMS, LUCIUS F III, Tupelo, MS, 
Junior, Biol Sci , 145, 314, 315 

SAMUELSON. MARY STAFFORD, 
Freshman, Psyc , 274, 275 

SAMUELSON, NORMAN W. Ill, 
Meridian, MS, Phrm.-lll, Pharmacy, 
222, 392 

SANDERS, CARRIE ANN. 
Southaven, MS, Freshman, 
English, 215, 266, 267 

SANDERS, CATHY JUNE, Enid. 
MS, Junior, Comm Dis., 248 

SANDERS, CHILTON, Oxford, MS, 
Senior, Gen. Bus.. 312. 313 

SANDERS. GERRI LYNNE RYAN, 
Sophomore. Gen. Eng., 251, 355 

SANDERS, JACK LARRY, Laurel. 
MS, Phrm.-lll, Pharmacy, 223, 392 

SANDERS, ROBERT HAL, Oxford. 
MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 276, 277 

SANDERS, RONALD KEITH, 
Carthage, MS, Freshman, Mus. 
Educ. 239, 339 

SANDERS. VICKIE LAUERNE. 
French Camp. MS, Phrm -III, 
Pharmacy, 1 56, 392 

SANDLER, MICHAEL JEROME, N. 
Palm Beach, FL, Sophomore, 
Psyc, 200, 244,356 

SANDLIN, AMY JANE, Huntsville, 
AL, Phrm.-ll, Pharmacy. 278. 279 

SANDO. BARRY M.. Belzoni. MS, 
Junior, Gen. Bus., 312, 313 

SANG, ANTHONY C, Rosedale, 
MS, Senior, Biol. Sci, 148 

SANSING, DEBRA ANNE, Macon, 
MS, Senior, Crt. Rptg. . 47, 1 09. 
183,280,281 

SANSING, JOHN PERRY, Oxford, 
MS, Senior, History. 312. 313 

SANSING. REBECCA FAYE, 
Macon, MS, Junior, Adm. Serv., 
280, 281 

SARTOR, WILLIAM SMITH JR., 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, Elec 
Eng., 239, 339 

SAUER, KATHERINE ANN, St. 
Louis, MO, Freshman, Jour and 
Adv.. 286. 287 

SAUL, ERIC MATTHEW. New 
Albany, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy, 145, 272. 273 

SAULS. DAVID JOHN. Clinton, MS, 
Sophomore, Gen. Bus, 314, 315 

SAVAGE, JOSEPH AARON, Troy, 
TN, Fresliman, Mus. Educ. 154, 
238, 302, 303 

SAVERY, ROBERT WARREN, 
Tupelo, MS, Junior, Bank and Fin., 
314.315 

SAVERY. TRACEY ELIZABETH. 
Tupelo. MS, Freshman, Art, 278, 
279 

SAWYER, ANDREW BENNETT. 
Greencastle. IN. Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus.. 270. 271 

SCARBOROUGH, RUTH 
LYNETTE, Pearl, MS, Junior, 
Elem. Ed . 280. 281 

SCARBOROUGH. SIDNEY 
MILTON, Biloxi, MS, Junior, 
Chem , 145. 148 

SCARDINO. ANGELYN MARIE. 
Pass Christian. MS. Junior. Pre- 
Accy,. 248. 244. 356 

SCHAFER. JENNIFER ANN. 
Indianapolis, IN, Freshman, 
Marking , 274, 275, 339 

SCHAFF, JEANNE MARIE, 
Metairie, LA, Senior, Comm. Dis., 
290, 291 . 387 



SCHAUB, SUSAN K , Yazoo City, 
MS, Freshman, Spcl Ed , 288, 289. 
339 

SCHIRMER. MICHAEL SCOTT. 
West Bloomfield, Ml, Junior, 
Music, 239 

SCHMEISSER, HARRY C III, 
Sophomore, Pre-Accy , 296, 297 

SCHMID. TANIA LISETTE. 
Jackson. MS. Senior. Medicine, 
262, 263 

SCHMIDT, ALAN DAVID, 
Southaven, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy, 215, 270. 271 

SCHMIDT, RANDALL HOWARD, 
Oxfors. MS, Senior, Biol Sci , 148 

SCHMIEG, MEREDITH LYNN, 
Natchez, MS, Sophomore. 
Medicine. 142. 143. 214. 288. 289. 
356 

SCHNEIDER. SCOTT ALLMOND. 
Orlando. FL, Freshman, Gen Bus., 
296, 297, 339 

SCHNELLER, WILLIAM F JR., 
Senatobia, MS, Sophomore, 
Insur . 298,299 

SCHOLL, JOSEPH ANDREW, 
Alice, TX, Sophomore, Mus 
Educ, 239, 240, 339 

SCHOTT. CARL GERARD, 
Waveland, MS, Senior, Mech. 
Eng. 145. 152 

SCHOTT. ERIC ROBERT. 
Waveland. MS, Sophomore. 
Comp Sci . 145.356 

SCHOVE, MARGARET SUSAN, 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, Elem 
Ed.,143, 243,278. 279 

SCHRAM. ANDREW CAMPBELL. 
Reston, VA, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus. 300. 301 

SCHULZE, WILLIAM CHARLES, 
Barrington. IL, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 272, 273 

SCOTT, CAROL GRACE, Milton, 
FL, Sophomore, Radio and TV, 
290, 291 

SCOTT, CHARLES 
CHRISTOPHER, Jackson, MS, 
Freshman, Gen Bus , 296, 297 

SCOTT, HUGH BARRETT, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, 292, 293, 
339 

SCOTT, JAMIE LEIGH. Moss 
Point. MS. Junior. Elem. Ed . 189 

SCOTT. JEFFERY MARION, 
Bradford, AR, Senior, Gen. Bus., 
239, 387 

SCOTT, TAMARA LYNN, 
Memphis, TN, Sophomore, 
Pharmacy, 21 5, 288, 289, 356 

SCOTT, THOMAS HERBERT JR., 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Marking , 
292. 293 

SEABROOK, JAMES HUNTER III. 
Memphis. TN. Freshman. Gen 
Bus. 316. 317 

SEARS. ANGELEA. West Point, 
MS, Junior, Accy , 274, 275 

SEARS, RICHARD HAYWOOD, 
Pensacola, FL, Junior, Pre-Accy , 
252 

SEASE. ELTON COUNTS III, 
Greenville, MS, Senior, Urban Ad., 
308,309 

SEA WRIGHT, NORMAN 
HOUSTON, Moss Point, MS, 
Junior, Env. Geol., 109, 268, 269 

SECKMAN, JOHN PRESCOTT, 
Nashville, TN, Junior, Bank and 
Fin., 276, 277 

SECREST, BRADLEY NEAL, 
Houston, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 239, 339 

SEEGER, KEVIN DAVID. Bay St. 
Louis. MS, Junior, Chem. Eng., 
153.310.311 

SEID, PEGGY LYNN, Vicksburg, 
MS, Freshman, Pharmacy, 215, 
339 

SELF, GEORGE MICHAEL, 
Jackson, MS. Junior. Gen. Bus , 
298, 299, 356 

SELLERS. BOBBY NEWTON JR.. 
Quitman. MS, Senior, Accy , 272, 
273 

SELLERS, MARY ANNA, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Freshman, 
Chem. Eng., 304, 305, 339 

SELLEY, PHYLLIS ANN, Nashville, 
TN, Freshman, Jour , 239, 339 



Index — 433 



Selman 



SELMAN. MARILYN GAIL. Austin, 
TX, Freshman, English. 215 

SEMMES, MARY BRYANT. 
Freshman, Elem Ed , 215. 280, 
281 , 339 

SENF,MELANIELEE, 
Jacksonville. FL, Senior. Accy , 
150,157.250.387 

SESKI, MARK JOSEPH. Woods, 
Ml, Sophomore, Gen Bus , 314, 
315,339 

SEVIER, WILLIAM STEVEN, Grand 
Bay, AL, Sophomore, Marking., 
239 

SHACKELFORD, ALLAN 
DOUGLAS, Junior, Gen Bus , 314, 
315 

SHACKELFORD, JAMIE, 
Carrollton, MS. Freshman. 274. 
275, 339 

SHANER, STEVEN MARK. 
Sikeston, MO, Freshman, Bank 
and Fin , 272, 273, 339 

SHANKS, STANLEY HOWARD, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Mangmnt , 
296, 297, 356 

SHANNON, JILL ANNE, New 
Albany, MS. Junior, Soc./S Wk.. 
306, 307 

SHANNON, WILLIAM W , Macon, 
MS, Junior, S Ed Scl , 282, 283 

SHARMAN, WILLIAM ROBERT, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Gen Bus , 
43,130,136,147,215,260,261, 
272, 273, 387 

SHARP, DEBORAH DENISE, 
Columbus, MS, Junior, Pol. Sci., 
304, 305 

SHARP, GARY WADE, Pearl, MS, 
Senior, Civl. Eng., 133, 134, 140, 
153,156 

SHARP, SALLY OWEN, N. 
Middletown, KY, Senior, CIth. 
Mer, 155. 304. 305 

SHAW. ROBERT SIDNEY JR . 
Uni\fersity. MS. Junior, Pre-Accy , 
145,298,299 

SHEAHAN, LAURIE SUSAN, 
Hutchinson, KS, Junior, Jour , 290, 
291,356 

SHEFFIELD, GENE GUILD, 
Gulfport, MS, Junior, Medicine, 
145,148,282,283,372 

SHEFFIELD, TRACEY LEIGH, 
Tupelo, MS, Sophomore, 
Marking , 304, 305, 249, 356 

SHELTON, MARTHA JEAN, 
Clarksdale, MS, Freshman, Crt 
Rptg, 215,339 

SHELTON, SUSAN LEE, Orlando, 
FL, Freshman, Jour and Adv , 280, 
281 

SHEPHERD, THOMAS BANKS, 
Aberdeen, MS, Senior, Accy , 130, 
1 36, 1 47, 1 50. 270. 271 . 260. 261 

SHERMAN, ELIZABETH MARIE, 
Clarksdale, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine. 304. 305 

SHERMAN, JAMES JOHN III, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Marktng , 
296,297,372 

SHERMAN, JAMES JR, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior. Law Enfo . 
206,272,273 

SHERMAN, USA MARGARET, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, Elem 
Ed, 21 5, 306,307.356 

SHERMAN, RICHARD NEWMAN, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Medicine, 
145,148 

SHIELDS, BEVERLY CAROL, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, S. Ed. B, E., 
239,372 

SHIELDS, TOMMY RAY, Carthage, 
MS, Phrm -I, Pharmacy, 223, 392 

SHILAN, SUSAN PATRICIA, 
Germantown, TN, Junior, 
Marking ,280. 281.372 

SHINALL. TERRI LEE. Ripley, MS, 
Senior, H , P E and Rec , 215 

SHINAULT, WALTER EUGENE, 
Tunica, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy , 212, 300, 301 

SHIPLEY. SAMUEL M. 
Greenwood. MS. Sophomore. 
Gen Bus .316. 317 

SHIPPY, ROBIN DEE. Ithaca, NY, 
Freshman. 242. 339 

SHIPPY. SUSAN DAWN. Ithaca. 
NY. Sophomore, Jour and Adv , 
154,356 



SHIREY, WILLIAM GORDON, 
Helena. AR, Junior, Rec Ldrs , 
296, 297 

SHIVERS, ELIZABETH JAY 
CLARK, Oxford, MS, Unclass., 
English. 140 

SHOOK, DEWEIE SHAWN, Biloxi, 
MS, Junior, Gen Eng , 239 

SHORT, TRILBY JOY, Biloxi, MS, 
Sophomore, Bank and Fin , 238, 
322, 323, 356 

SHORTER, LYONELL JOE, 
Oxford, MS, Freshman, Gen Bus , 
239 

SHOUP, LANE D , Montpelier, OH, 
Sophomore, Bus. Ed , 91, 356 

SHUMAKE, JIM DAVID, Olive 
Branch, MS, Law II, Law, 215 

SHUMAKE, PERRIN, Memphis, 
TN, Freshman. 280, 281 

SHUMAKE, WENDY. Memphis. 
TN. Sophomore. 280, 281 , 243, 
356 

SHUTE, JAMES COLEMAN, 
Jackson. MS, Junior, Gen Bus., 
272, 273 

SIBLEY, JESSICA LEIGH, 
Okolona, MS, Senior, Accy., 140, 
145,148.280.281 

SIEMER. HAL GARLAND. Corpus 
Christ!, TX. Sophomore. History. 
298, 299 

SIGNA, PEARL MARIE, Greenville, 
MS, Junior, Nursing, 247, 372, 339 

SIKORA, JERI LYNN, Merrillville. 
IN, Junior, CIth Mer , 322, 323, 
372, 399 

SIMMONS, JULIUS TAYLOE JR , 
Jackson. MS, Junior, Marktng., 
308, 309 

SIMMONS, LELIA ANN, Belzoni, 
MS, Phrm -III, Pharmacy, 130, 156, 
280, 281 , 392 

SIMMONS, WILLIAM DILLON, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
298, 299 

SIMPSON, ANDREA JEAN. 
Germantown. TN. Sophomore, 
Home Ec . 322, 323, 242, 356 

SIMPSON, DEBRA LYNNE, 
Sophomore, Gen Bus., 215, 274, 
275, 356 

SIMPSON, MARGARET LEE, 
Germantown, TN, Senior, Arl-lntr , 
322, 323 

SIMS, DAVID STACY, Junior, Publ. 
Adm, 316, 317, 261,372 

SINCLAIR. LESLIE, Dallas, TX, 
Junior, Jour ,278, 279 

SINGLEY, PATRICK SHANNON, 
Pascagoula, MS, Sophomore, 
Radio and TV, 296, 297 

SINQUEFIELD, ROBERT STEVEN, 
Southaven, MS, Junior, Pol. Sci., 
212,372 

SIRERA, DAVID PAUL, Mandeville, 
LA, Junior, Gen. Bus., 251 . 31 2. 
313,251 

SIRERA, JULIE L^NN, Mandeville, 
LA, Senior, Marktng , 306, 307, 
387 

SISSON, LESLYE ANNE, Laurel, 
MS, Freshman, Gen Bus., 215. 
278, 279, 339 

SKELTON, JOHNA SUSAN, 
Houston, MS, Freshman, H.E.-lntr . 
244.280.281,339 

SKINNER, JAMES C, Junior, Gen 
Bus , 252 

SKINNER, JEFFREY EUGENE, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy , 298, 299 

SKINNER, MARY KATHERINE, 
Natchez, MS, Phrm -I, Pharmacy. 
322. 323, 392 

SKINNER, MICHAEL TIMOTHY, 
Port Orchard, WA, Senior, Law 
Enfo, 149, 387 

SLACK, KATHY DEAN, Fulton, MS, 
Senior, Elem Ed , 304, 305 

SLATER, JOSEPH LEONARD, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, Comp Sci , 
145,372 

SLAY, JAMES EDWIN JR., Oxford, 
MS, Junior, Gen Bus., 1 1 1 

SLEDGE, JAMES WILLIAM, 
Hatllesburg, MS, Sophomore, Rec 
Ldrs, 83 

SLEZAK, JASON NICHOLAS, 
Arlington Heights, IL, Junior, Bank 
and Fin, 200. 252.372 



SLINKARO. JERRY MARK, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Radio and 
TV, 272. 273. 356 

SLOAN, JOHN HARDY, 
Covington, LA, Sophomore. Civl. 
Eng, 215. 356 

SMARTT. DONALD MITCHELL. 

Vicksburg. MS, Freshman, Psyc, 

83 

SMILEY, STEPHANIE PATRICIA. 

Covington, LA. Freshman, Art, 

208, 339 

SMITH. BRIAN KEITH, Corinth, 
MS, Phrm. -I, Pharmacy, 215, 223. 
397 

SMITH, BRUCE A., Eupora, MS. 
Junior, Gen Bus. 312. 313 

SMITH, CAROL GWEN, Fulton, 
MS, Junior. Elem. Ed.. 266, 267. 
372 

SMITH, CATHY GENE, Unclass., 
155.397 

SMITH, DANNY LYNN, Boonevllle. 
MS, Senior, H., P.E. and Rec, 83, 
111 

SMITH, DAVID FRANKLIN, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Urban Ad., 
272, 273, 356 , 340 
SMITH, DEBRA CATHERINE, 
Tylertown, MS, Grad. I, Jour , 229 

SMITH, DONNA LYNN, Memphis, 
TN, Freshman, Law Enfo., 266, 

267, 340 . 

SMITH, EDDIE L., Holly Springs, 
MS, Visiting, 154, 2^5 

SMITH, EDWIN BERNARD, Holly 
Springs, MS, Senior. Jour , 215, 
387 

SMITH, ELIZABETH LOUISE, 
Calhoun City, MS. Junior. V Hm 
Ec. 239. 356 

SMITH, ERIC LOWELL, Reform. 
AL. Senior, Gen Bus., 109 

SMITH, INGE PAULETTE. 
Franklin, TN, Junior, Marking., 
143,236,304,305,356 

SMITH, JAMES DARREL, 
Meridian, MS, Junior, Medicine, 
308, 309 

SMITH. JAMES MICHAEL, 
Coldwater, MS, Grad I, Educ. 239 

SMITH, JAMES PATRICK, Phrm.- 
Ill.Pharmacy. 156. 392 

SMITH. JAMES WILBURN JR.. 
Brandon, MS, Junior, Marking., 
308. 309 

SMITH, JANA ST ACIE, 
Greenwood, MS, Junior, 
Pharmacy, 274, 275 

SMITH, JERRY LAYNE, Indlanola, 

MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 312, 313, 

372 

SMITH, JERRY MICHAEL, Union, 

MS, Phrm.-ll. Pharmacy. 223 

SMITH, JOHN BRITT, Ripley, MS, 
Junior, Pre-Accy , 136, 145, 157, 
316.317 

SMITH, JUSTINA MARIE, Cairo. IL, 
Freshman, Home Ec, 93, 99, 96, 
108 

SMITH, KENNETH BRYANT, 
Houston, MS, Sophomore, 
Mangmnt., 300, 301 

SMITH, LESLIE WILLIAM, 
Mendenhall, MS, Sophomore, 
Music, 239 

SMITH, LESZLIE ANNELLE, 
Elkhart, IN, Junior, Marking., 288, 
289, 356 

SMITH, LINDA LEE, Yazoo City, 
MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 215, 290. 
291 

SMITH, LISA ANNE, Ripley, MS, 
Senior, Elem Ed , 266, 267, 388 

SMITH, MARK WESTON, Beckley, 
WV. Sophomore, Insur , 300, 301 

SMITH, MICHAEL ARTHUR, 
Pascagoula, MS, Freshman, Civl. 
Eng . 298. 299, 340 

SMITH, MICHAEL KEVIN, Junior, 
Mus Educ ,239 
SMITH, MICHAEL LEE, 
Hazlehurst. MS. Senior. Ba Econ., 
320. 321 . 373 

SMITH, MICHELLE LOUISE, 
Elkhart, IN, Freshman, 288, 289, 
340 

SMITH, RATMOND BATES, 
Brownsville, TN, Freshman, H., 
PE and Rec, 316, 317 

SMITH, RICHARD DALE, Senior, 
Chem Eng,. 153 



SMITH. RICHARD MCCALLISTER. 
Nashville. TN. Freshman. Gen. 
Bus. 312. 313 

SMITH, RICKY B , Oxford, MS, 
Phrm.-ll, Pharmacy, 223 

SMITH, ROBIN MICHELLE, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, 
Nursing, 304, 305 

SMITH. ROLAND CLIFFORD, 
Shreveport, LA, Freshman, Quan. 
Mgt.298.299 

SMITH. SANDRA CECILIA. Izabal. 
Unclass, Econ.. 151 

SMITH. STANLEY JOSEPH JR.. 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
270.271.397 

SMITH. SUE ELLEN, Ripley, MS, 
Senior, Accy., 130, 140, 150, 157, 
215.304,305,388 

SMITH, VICTORIA ELAINE, 
Nettleton, MS, Senior, Elem. Ed.. 
239. 388 

SMITH, VIVIAN CYNTHIA. 
Quitman, MS, Freshman, Bank and 
Fin., 280, 281 

SMITH, WILLIAM CLIFTON III, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
308 309 

SMITH, WILLIAM LESLIE, 
Leakesville, MS, Senior, Elec. 
Eng. 251. 388 

SMITH, WILLIE GUICE III, 
Pascagoula, MS, Junior, Pre- 
Accy., 198 

SMITH, WINSTON, McComb, MS, 
Senior, Gen. Eng., 268, 269, 388 

SMITHEE, SANDRA ALAN, 
Freshman, V. Hm. Ec, 304, 305, 
340 

SMITHSON, MARTHA ANN, 
Dewey. OK, Junior, Medicine, 148, 
175,225,288,289,373 

SMYUE, ROBERT WARREN, 
Meridian, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus , 300, 301 , 340 

SNEED, AMY ELIZABETH, 
Eupora, MS. Junior. Bank and Fin., 
280, 281 

SNIPES. GERALD PATRICK JR., 
Memphis, TN, Sophomore. Bank 
and Fin, 312, 313 

SNIPES, MARY SHANNON, 
Greenville, MS, Sophomore, CIth. 
Mer, 278. 279 

SNIPES. SUZANNE BRANDON. 
Greenville. MS. Freshman. Spch. 
Tpy., 278, 279 

SNOW, SELINA FAYE, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Dntstry , 215, 340 

SNYDER. ANNE ELIZABETH, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Marking., 
304, 305 

SNYDER, KATHY CRUMPTON, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Accy., 151 

SNYDER. TONY RANDALL, 
Crowder, MS, Freshman. Comp. 
Sci . 282, 283, 340 

SOLDEVILA, DALE FRANCIS, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, 
Pharmacy, 296, 297, 356 

SORRELS, CHERYL ANNE, 
Brentwood, TN, Freshman, Bank 
andFln.,215, 304, 305, 340 

SOUTHERLAND, DENISE, 
Batesville, MS, Senior, Bus Ed , 
157,266,267.373 

SOUTHERN. BRENT E., Monroe, 
LA, Sophomore, H , P E and Rec, 
298, 299, 356 

SPAIN, F THOMAS, Skillman, NJ, 
Senior, Clas. Civ., 31 4, 31 5 

SPAIN, LULA FRANCES. 
Memphis. TN, Junior, Marktng., 
154.373 

SPAIN, MELINDA ANNE, 
Bloomfield. MO, Senior, Soc./S. 
Wk.. 322. 323 

SPARKS. TERESA ANN. Oxford. 
MS, Sophomore, Pharmacy, 262, 
263, 356 

SPEAKMAN, JOHNNIE FAYE, 
Bowling Green, KY, Senior, 
Marking , 157, 242, 262, 263, 388 

SPEAR, DAVID GLENN, Memphis, 
TN, Junior, Pre-Accy , 136, 147, 
239.251.276.277.373 

SPEED. CELIA. Meridian, MS, 
Freshman, Medicine, 274, 275, 340 
SPELL, JANE ELIZABETH, 
Metairie, LA, Freshman, French, 
274, 275 



SPENCE, JOSEPH HARRY, 
Ellisville, MS, Phrm -II, Pharmacy, 
223 

SPENCE, LUCINDA BUCK, 
Freshman, Marktng , 290, 291 

SPENCER, DAVID ELMO, New 
Albany, MS, Senior, Gen Bus., 
316,317 

SPENCER, JAMES ROSS, Oxford, 
MS, Junior, Env Geol , 239 

SPENCER, ROBERT WADE, New 
Albany, MS, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus. 316. 317 

SPENCER. SUSAN ALEXA, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Med. 
Tech.215. 278. 279 

SPERRY, ALLISON LOUISE, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Arl-lntr., 
215.274,275 

SPIVEY, EDITH EVELYN, Lyon, 
MS. Sophomore, Art Hist., 215, 
278, 279, 356 

SPIVEY, LLOYD GILMER III, 
Canton, MS, Freshman, Gen Bus., 
212,284,285.340 

SPORE, JERRY PAUL, Memphis, 
TN, Senior, S Ed. S.S, 109 

SPOTTS, LYNN MARIE, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Jour , 280, 281, 
284, 285 

SPRECHER, LYNN FREDERICK, 
Macon, MS, Junior, Marking., 314, 
315,373 

SPURRIER, ELIZABETH HUNTER, 
Lexington, KY, Freshman, 290, 
291 

STALLWORTH. SHARON E., 
Pascagoula, MS, Sophomore, 
Jour and Adv , 266, 267 

STAMM, MARY STORY, Vicksbur, 
MS, Junior, Accy., 278, 279 

STAMPS, CHARLES TIMOTHY, 
Monticello, MS, Phrm. -III. 
Pharmacy. 156,392 

STARK, WILLIAM GRANVILLE, 
Greenville, MS, Freshman, Jour., 
296, 297, 340 

ST ARKS, CRECIA L.. Grenada, 
MS, Freshman, Comm Dis., 47. 
183,340 

STAUB, LAURA ANNETTE, Fulton, 
MS, Senior, Bank and Fin., 280, 
281 

STEEL, SHARON, Junior, 
Mangmnt., 304. 305 

STEELE, ANTHONY, Water Valley, 
MS, Junior, Music, 154, 239, 356 

STEEN, JEROME BRIDGES JR., 
Sophomore, Pol Sci , 308. 309. 
356 

STEFONIAK. MICHELLE ANN, 
Dallas, TX, Junior, CIth. Mer., 208, 
278, 279 

STELES, NICHOLAS JAMES, 
Baton Rouge, LA, Senior, S. Ed S 
S., 245 

STEPHENS. HUGH MARION JR . 
New Albany, MS, Senior, Accy , 
130,136,140,150,314,315 

STEPHENS, WILLIAM DANIEL, 
Monticello, MS, Senior, Biol Sci . 
148,272,273,388 

STEPHENSON, SHIRLEY M., 
Meridian, MS, Junior, Math, 146. 
215,278.279 

STEPP, ANDREW EARL, Sardis, 
MS, Phrm.-ll, Pharmacy, 223. 225 

STEVENS. DARRYL SCOTT. 
Mendenhall. MS. Sophomore. 
Bank and Fin., 298, 299, 340 

STEVENS, DONNA LISA, 
Nettleton, MS, Junior, Jour., 102. 
108,373 

STEVENS, RAYMOND REVIS, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Law Enfo , 
149,300,301 

STEWART, B SUZANNE, 
Natchez, MS, Sophomore, 
Marking., 290. 291 . 249. 356. 388 

STEWART, CHERYL, Jackson, 
MS. Junior, Bank and Fin., 304. 
305, 190 

STEWART, ELIZABETH ANNE, 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, Elem. 
Ed . 288, 289, 356 

STEWART, GREGORY MACK, 
Pine Bluff, AR, Senior, Bank and 
Fin .217. 239. 373 

STEWART. HILDA HUNTER. 
Natchez. MS. Freshman. 266. 267, 
340 



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STEWART, JOEL. Birmingham, 
AL, Junior, H . P E. and Rec, 80 

STEWART, LISA PAMELA. 
Jacl(Son, MS, Sophomore, Art, 

304, 305, 340 

STEWART. SARAH ELIZABETH, 
McComb, MS, Sophomore, Jour . 
212,322.323.356 

STIEG. ROGER LEE. Nashville. IL, 
Freshman, Bank and Fin , 88, 91 

STINSON, LISA DIANNE, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Medicine, 304. 

305, 340 

STOKES, AMBA LOUISE, 
Philadelphia, MS, Phrm -II. 
Pharmacy. 219.392 

STOKES. ANDREW D JR , Junior. 
UrbanAd..212, 252, 356 

STOKES, BERNARD DOUGLAS, 
Louisville. MS, Senior, Medicine, 
148 

STOKES, CONSTANCE ADALIA. 
Greenville, MS, Sophomore, Elem 
Ed., 278, 279 

STOKES. WALT ELISHA IV. 
Greenville. MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 312, 313 

STONE, NORA FRANCES, 
Columbus, MS, Law III, Law, 1 36 

STONE. REUBEN HARPER. 
Laurel. MS, Senior, Medicine, 314, 
315,388 

STONE, SALLY ANN, Lima, OH, 
Junior. Psyc. 304. 305, 244, 249. 
253, 373 

STONE. WILLIAM PERKINS. 
Laurel. MS. Junior. Medicine. 314. 
315 

STONG, KIRK HARRISON, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 272, 273, 340 

STOREY, MICHAEL ALBERT, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Gen Bus , 
300.301.373 

STORY. CAROLYN JOHNSON, 
Oxford, MS, Unclass , Socio . 247 

STORY, DANIEL BOBBY II, Ocean 
Springs, MS, Senior, Biol Sci.. 41, 
136, 147, 149, 215. 224. 284. 285, 
373 

STORY, SHARON VIRGINIA, 
Ocean Springs, MS, Sophomore, 
Gen. Bus, 215, 280, 281, 356 

STOUT, SARAH CATHERINE, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Marking., 
286, 287 

STRANG. DAVID ERIC, Urbana. IL, 
Senior, Accy.. 109, 110 

STRATTON KRISTIN WESLEY, 
Indianola, MS, Sophomore. Biol 
Sci. 96. 108 

STREET. GEORGE MARTIN JR , 
University, MS, Sophomore. Pol 
Sci. 142. 199. 200,212,270. 271 

STREET, MARY LYNN. Memphis. 
TN. Junior, Bank and Fin , 306, 307 

STREETE, BONNIE BETH, 
Caruthersville, MO, Sophomore. 
Elem Ed.. 304. 305 

STRIBLING. VIRGINIA ANN. 
Rogers. AR, Senior, Elem Ed , 
146,238,243,262,263 

STRICKLAND. PHILLIP KAY. Itta 
Bena. MS, Freshman, Gen. Bus , 
316,317,340 

STRICKLAND, STARWYN 
STELENE, Tutwiler, MS, 
Freshman, Jour , 286, 287, 340 

STRIDER, MELISSA JOYCE, 
Philipp, MS, Junior, Elem Ed , 278, 
279 

STRINGER, ANTHONY DARWIN, 
Corinth, MS, Junior, Mangmnt , 
252 

STRINGER, GARY WOOD, 
Pontotoc. MS. Law III. Law. 136 

STRINGER. JOSEPH DANIEL, 
Junior, Dntstry , 314, 315 

STRINGER, MICHELEG, 
Waynesboro, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine, 304. 305,340 

STRINGER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, 
Poplarville, MS, Phrm -I, 
Pharmacy, 223 

STROBL, CYNTHIA ROSE, 
Tupelo, MS, Junior, Nursing, 290. 
291 

STROBL, GLEN JOSEPH, Tupelo, 
MS, Junior, Law Enfo.. 149. 373 



STROCK. MARGARET HAYES. 
Memphis, TN, Sophomore, Elem. 
Ed , 227, 274, 275 

STROUD, JOHN BUSBY. New 
Albany, MS, Senior. H , P E and 
Rec. 86, 91. 109.121,131,176, 
200.215,316,317,388 

STROUSE. JEFFREY BYRON, Mt. 
Vernon, OH, Freshman, Pre-Accy , 
239, 272, 273. 340 

STUART, JOHN GRAHAM. Dallas. 
TX, Junior. Radio and TV. 308. 309 

STUART. JOHN MICHAEL. Dallas. 
TX, Junior, Bank and Fin . 296. 

297. 357 

STUART. SPENCER JEROME, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Radio and 
TV. 284. 285 

STUART. WILLIAM FLETCHER. 
Greencastle. IN, Sophomore, 
Urban Ad . 300. 301 , 357 

STUBBLEFIELD, TERRY WADE, 
University, MS, Phrm. -II. 
Pharmacy. 222. 392 

STUMPFF. CHRIS GENE. Jackson. 
MS. Senior, Marking., 308, 309 

STURDIVANT, CLARK COLLIER, 
Jackson. MS. Senior, Mangmnt . 

298, 299 

STURGIS, KRISTEN COLSON, 
Memphis, TN, Senior. Home Ec , 
215,280,281,373 

SULLIVAN, DAVID MARK, 

Jackson, MS, Senior, Chem , 147, 

148,272,273 

SULLIVAN, DAVID WAYNE, 

Meridian, MS, Senior, Zoology. 

272. 273. 388 

SULLIVAN. LISA JEAN. Louisville, 
MS, Freshman. H . P.E and Rec. 
304, 305. 340 

SULLIVAN, MICHAEL JOSEPH, 
Waynesboro, MS. Junior. 
Marking , 298. 299. 373 

SULLIVAN. RANDELL GLENN JR . 
Batesville. MS. Sophomore, 270, 
271 

SULLIVAN. TIMOTHY DEAN, 
Jackson, MS. Senior. Soc./S. Wk , 
217,388 

SUMMERLIN, MICHAEL DARREN, 
Pascagoula, MS, Junior. H., P E 
and Rec, 109. 110 

SUMMERS, MARY ANN, Olive 
Branch, MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 
306, 307 

SUMNER, ELLEN KAY, Freshman, 
English, 215, 266. 267, 340 

SUMNER, NANNETTE MARIE, 
New Albany, MS. Junior. CIth 
Mer. 304.305 

SUMNERS. LESLIE ELIZABETH. 
New Albany. MS. Freshman. 215. 
288. 289. 340 

SUMNERS. MELINDA WATSON. 
New Albany. MS. Junior. Biol Sci . 
146.288.289.373 

SUTHERLAND. SUSAN NANATTE. 
Canton. MS. Phrm. -II. Pharmacy. 
274. 275. 392 

STUTTON, ANN CAROL. 
Memphis, TN, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin , 290, 291 , 357 

SWAIN. JULIAN JACKSON JR . 
Memphis. TN. Junior. Medicine. 
316,317 

SWAN, DANA J . Thaxton. MS. 
Law I. Law. 151 

SWAN, RICHARD KEEN, Malvern, 
PA, Junior, Comp Sci , 252 

SWARTZFAGER. MARTHA E.. 
Laurel. MS, Sophomore, English, 
278, 279 

SWEAT, RICHARD RILEY, 
Corinth, MS, Senior. English. 140, 
296, 297 

SWEETSER, WILMER ALBERT, 
Bartlett, TN, Senior, Pol Sci , 149 

SWIMS. DOROTHY LYNETTE. 
Greenwood, MS. Senior. Bank and 
Fin ,149. 246. 284. 285. 388 

SWINT. PATTI ANNE. Junior. 
Nursing. 280, 281 

SWORDS, BECKY LEIGH. 
Pontotoc. MS. Senior. H.. P E and 
Rec. 102 

SWORDS. TOUNIA DAWN. New 
Albany. MS. Freshman. Medicine, 
304, 305, 340 

SZELUGA, MARY THERESE, 
Titusville, NJ, Sophomore. 
Mangmnt.. 245. 357 



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TABOR. MARY MARTHA. 
Louisville, MS, Phrm-ll, Pharmacy, 
219 

TAGGART, WILLIAM STEVENSON 
III, Greenville, MS. Freshman, 
Marking ,312. 313. 340 

TALLEY, SONJA LYNN, Tupelo, 
MS, Freshman, Gen Bus , 262, 
263, 340 

TANKERSLEY, GAIL ANN, 
Jackson. MS, Freshman, Marking., 
304, 305, 340 

TANNEHILL, DAVID 
HENDERSON, Tupelo, MS, 
Freshman, 282, 283, 340 

TANNER, HUGH EARL. Moss 
Point, MS, Senior, Accy., 122, 131, 
1 36. 1 47. 1 50, 1 96, 270, 271 , 388 

TATE, PAUL RICHARDSON, New 
Albany, MS, Junior, Thry -Com., 
239 

TATUM, EVELYN SUZONNE, 
Greenville. MS. Law I, Law. 138. 
200. 278. 279 

TATUM. MARIWOOD CRADY. 
Greenville. MS. Freshman. Bank 
and Fin . 278, 279 

TATUM, NANCY EDLIN, 
Greenville, MS, Sophomore, Med 
Tech., 143,215, 278,279 

TAYLOR. ARTHUR OLIVER, 
Caruthersville, MO, Sophomore, 
284, 285, 357 

TAYLOR, CAROLE, Corinth. MS. 
Freshman. Pre-Accy . 215. 278. 
279. 340 

TAYLOR. CORINNE WRIGHT. 
Como, MS, Senior, Psyc, 304. 305 

TAYLOR. DONNY RAY. 
Columbus. MS, Junior. Pre-Accy.. 
147.272.273.374 

TAYLOR, ELIZABETH RUTH, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, 274, 
275 

TAYLOR, EUGENE REA, 
McComb. MS. Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin , 308, 309, 357 

TAYLOR. IRMA PATRICE, Holly 
Springs, MS, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin., 262, 263 

TAYLOR, LISA LYNN, Dunwoody, 
GA. Sophomore, Marking , 238, 
304, 305 

TAYLOR, OSCAR LEE, Brooklyn, 
MS, Sophomore, Law En(o , 83 

TAYLOR, ROBERT WAYNE, 
Caruthersville, MO, Senior, Accy , 
284, 285, 374 

TAYLOR, STANLEY 
MONTGOMERY, Memphis, TN, 
Senior, Bank and Fin. 314. 315 

TAYLOR. TERRI LYNN. Preston, 
MS, Unclass , Jour , 198, 397 

TAYLOR, TOMMY FARRELL, 
Madison, MS, Sophomore, Insur., 
316,317 

TAYLOR. WILLIAM STEELE JR.. 
Memphis. TN. Sophomore, Gen 
Bus.. 296. 297 

TAYLOR. WILLYN. Charleston. 
MS. Senior. Zoology. 148. 388 

TEDFORD, SONORA GRACE. 
Tupelo. MS. Junior. Crl. Rptg , 221 

TELFER, GEORGE CURTISS, 
Hillsboro, IL, Freshman. Bank and 
Fin., 308, 309, 341 

TEMPLETON, DAVID BRADFORD, 
Nashville, TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 312, 313 

TERNEY, MARY KATHRYNE, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, 215, 341 

TERRACINA. LISA ANN, 
Greenville, MS, Sophomore. Gen. 
Bus. 143. 200.304. 305.243 

TERRESON, DAVID WHITTEN. 
Moss Point. MS, Sophomore. 
Medicine. 143, 270, 271 

TERRY, JACQUELINE ANNETTE, 
Columbus, MS, Freshman. 
Mangmnl.. 215 

TERRY, STEVEN ANDREW. 
Junior. Theatre. 272. 273 

TETLEY. LAURA KAY. Sikeston. 
MO, Freshman, Bank and Fin.. 
290. 291 . 341 



TETTLETON, ROBERT PYLANT, 
Oxford, MS, Freshman, Mar Biol , 
272,273,341 

THAMES, BILLY GLENN, 
Seminary, MS, Phrm-ll, 
Pharmacy, 222 

THAMES, JOHN MACK JR.. 
Jackson. MS. Sophomore. Gen 
Bus. 312. 313 

THAMES. MICKEY WAYNE. 
Crystal Springs. MS. Senior, M., 
PtandRec . 109 

THAMES, RODNEY KIRK, Senior, 
Gen Bus. 316, 317 

THARP, JONI LYNN. SI Louis. 
MO, Sophomore, Mangmnl., 247, 
290, 291 

THEAR, CHRYSA MARIE. 
Gailhersburg, MD. Junior. Publ. 
Adm. 157.322.323. 374 

THOMAS. CHARLES HENRY III, 
Shuqualak. MS. Junior, Gen. Bus., 
284,285 

THOMAS, CYNTHIA LYNN, 
Nashville, TN, Junior, H.E.-lnlr., 
215,274,275 

THOMAS, GWYN ELIZABETH, 
Nashville, TN, Sophomore, 
Design, 215, 274, 275, 357 

THOMAS, JAMES CLIFTON III, 
Crystal Springs. MS. Junior, Gen. 
Bus., 298. 299. 374 

THOMAS, LORI LEE, Bement, IL, 
Freshman, English, 215. 262. 263. 
341 

THOMAS, PAUL ANDREW, Rocky 
Mount, NC, Freshman, 300, 301 

THOMAS, PAUL AUBREY, 
McComb, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 300, 301.341 

THOMAS, THARNELL MYRON, 
Beulah, MS, Junior, Urban Ad., 
294, 295, 374 

THOMAS, TIMOTHY ASTOR, 
Trinity, AL, Sophomore, Gen. Bus., 
91,85,357 

THOMASON, SUSAN, Sophomore. 
Gen Bus, 290. 291.341 

THOMPSON. JAMIE SUE, 
Lincolnshire, IL. Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin, 290, 291 

THOMPSON, JUDY LORAINE, 
Greenwood, MS, Sophomore, 
Medicine, 266, 267, 341 

THOMPSON, KATHLEEN MARIE, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Elem. 
Ed. 280, 281, 357 

THOMPSON, KENNETH EUGENE. 
Parkin. AR. Junior, Comp. Sci., 
316,317 

THOMPSON, KIMBERLY LANE, 
Jackson, MS. Sophomore, 21 5, 
280, 281 

THOMPSON, STEPHEN 
BRITTAIN, Memphis, TN, Senior, 
Bank and Fin., 298, 299, 374 

THOMPSON, THOMAS WAYNE, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 316. 317 

THOMPSON, TIMOTHY F., 
Hickory Flat, MS, Junior, Math, 210 

THORNHILL. FREDRICK LEON, 
Lafayette, LA. Senior. Medicine, 
298. 299 

THRASH, LUCY MANSFIELD, 
Senior. Marking., 290, 291 

THREADGILL, STEPHEN, Oxford. 
MS. Freshman, Medicine, 312, 
313,341 

THROGMORTON. VICKI JANE, 
Sikeston. MO. Freshman. 
Marking.. 278, 279, 341 

THURBER, MARGARET, Canton, 
MS, Sophomore, Medicine, 262, 
263, 341 

TILLERY, LEISA JO, Jackson, MS, 
Freshman, Art-lntr., 21 5, 278, 279 

TILLEY, BECKY GRACE, Junior, 
Marking., 288, 289 

TILLEY, GARY PAUL, Gulfpoft, 
MS. Freshman, Civl Eng., 316, 
317,341 

TINDALL, LESLIE LETITIA, 
Tupelo, MS. Phrm.-I. Pharmacy. 
215.306.307 

TIREY. VIRGINIA OLIVE. Isola, 
MS. Freshman. Medicine, 215, 
304, 305, 341 

TODD, ALLISON DARBY, New 
Orleans. LA, Freshman. S. Ed. S. 
S. 278. 279 



TOHILL. VIRGINIA ANN. New 
Albany. MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy .143,357 

TOLAR, JOHN EDWIN, Memphis. 
TN. Senior, History, 298, 299, 388 

TOLER. KENNETH PACK JR , 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Dntstry . 76. 
81. 109.314.315 

TOLER. NOEL KENNEDY III. 
Jackson, MS, Junior. An, 314. 315 

TOLLEY. ELIZABETH C . Jackson. 
MS, Senior, Accy , 288, 289, 388 

TOMLINSON, MARTHA VIRGINIA. 
Freshman. Gen Bus . 290. 291 

TONNEY. MELISSA ANN. Allanla. 
GA. Junior, Pre-Accy , 278. 279 

TORKINGTON. RICHARD SCOTT, 
Richmond, VA, Junior, Moch 
Eng..153, 239, 374 _ 

TORRES. WILLIAM DELOSO. 
Grad III, Phrm Sci .156 

TOWERY, BOBBY ARLEN JR., 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, 
Marking., 284, 285, 358 

TOWNSEND, DAVID JASPER, 
Pontotoc, MS, Senior. Radio and 
TV. 239.310. 311 

TOWNSEND. PATRICIA MARIE, 
Roswell, GA. Senior, Mangmnt, 
266, 267 

TRAHAN. JEROME DENNIS. 
Biloxi. MS, Freshman, Radio and 
TV. 154. 239, 341 

TRAMEL, MICHAEL TERRANCE. 
Memphis. TN, Junior. Dntstry., 
100,147,215,316,317 

TRAMMELL, LISA GAY, Saltillo, 
MS, Sophomore, Elem. Ed., 238, 
358 

TRAVIS, CADE GREGORY. 
Picayune, MS, Senior, Urban Ad., 
282, 283 

TRAVIS. PATRICIA RENE, Junior, 
Nursing, 304, 305, 374 

TRAVIS. WILLIAM JEFFREY. 
Picayune. MS, Sophomore, Urban 
Ad, 212. 282, 283, 358 

TRAWICK, LISA WARNNE. 
Freshman, CIth. Mer., 208, 288. 
289 

TREADWAY. WILLIAM ALAN JR.. 
Nashville, TN, Freshman, Bank 
and Fin, 270, 271,341 

TREAS, FRANCES FOX, Senior, 
H.E.-lnlr, 155 

TREUTEL, DAVID ALLEN JR., Bay 
St. Louis, MS, Senior. Accy., 150, 
157,388 

TREUTEL, MELISSA ANNE, Bay 
St. Louis, MS, Freshman. Psyc. 
288. 289. 342 

TREUTEL. STEPHEN BRIAN. Bay 
St. Louis. MS, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin, 282. 283. 358 

TRIMBLE. MAGGY ANN. 

Princeton. IL. Freshman. Soc. 

Work. 266, 267 

TRIPLETT, LARAMIE CURTIS. 

Brooksville, MS, Senior, Zoology, 

148 

TROUTT, NATHANIEL GREENE, 

Senatobia, MS, Junior, Mangmnt., 

278, 279 

TRUAX, JAMES ROBERT, Oxford, 

MS, Sophomore, Pol. Sci., 143. 

215.358 

TRUE, ANN ELIZABETH, 

Nashville, TN, Freshman, Phys. 

Tpy, 215, 286, 287. 342 

TRUE. ROBIN LYN. Nashville, TN. 
Senior, Soc./S Wk.. 139. 374 

TRUITT. HAL GILLIAM, Columbus, 
MS, Freshman, Gen Bus , 239 

TUBB, CHARLES W JR., Amory, 
MS, Freshman, Medicine, 314, 
315,342 

TUBB, PHILLIP GRAYDEN, Fulton, 
MS, Freshman, Theatre, 272. 273, 
342 

TUCKER, BESSIE LOUISE, 
Jackson, MS, Grad. Ill, Math. 152. 
397 

TUCKER. BYRON SHANE, Tunica, 
MS, Senior. Zoology. 140. 148 

TUCKER, JAMES MARTIN. 

Aberdeen. MS. Senior, Biol. Sci., 

3.136,140.147,148,227.316, 

317,388 

TUCKER, JAMES RUSSELL, 

Tunica, MS, Law I, Law, 1 36. 200. 

300, 301 

TUCKER, LORI MICHELLE, Dallas. 
TX, Junior, Art. 274. 275 



Index — 435 



Tucker 



TUCKER, SANDRA SUEMELIA, 
Plantersville, MS, Senior, Cotnm 
Dis, 131,138, 140, 202 

TUCKER, TIMOTHY SCOTT, 
Tunica, MS, Junior, Gen Bus, 
300, 301 

TULLOS, CYNTHIA DAWN, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Senior, Marking , 
157,278,215,279,388 

TULLOS, DEBORAH LYNN, 
Magee, MS, Junior, Mangmnt , 
274,275,358 

TULLOS, SUSAN ALISON, 
Hattiesburg. MS. Freshman, H E.- 
lntr , 215, 278, 279, 342 

TUOHY, SEAN ALBRO, New 
Orleans, LA, Sophomore, 
Marktng , 88, 91 , 296, 297 

TURBEVILLE, HOMER 
BENJAMIN, Jackson, MS, 
Sophomore, Gen Bus , 308, 309 

TURMAN, DANNY EARL, 
Charleston, MS, Sophomore, Bank 
andFin , 143, 316, 317 

TURNAGE, CYNTHIA ALICE, 
Newton, MS, Senior, Gen Bus , 
288, 289 

TURNAGE, PHYLLIS LYN, 
VIcksburg. MS, Freshman, 
Pharmacy, 21 5, 266, 267, 342 

TURNER, DAN MCMILLAN, 
Philadelphia, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 212,272, 273, 342 

TURNER, DAVID WAYNE, Oxford, 
MS, Senior, H , P E and Rec, 240, 
374 

TURNER, ELSTON HOWARD, 
Knoxvllle, TN, Junior. Radio and 
TV, 91,109. 85 

TURNER. IRBY III. Belzoni. MS. 
Senior. Accy . 3. 122. 132. 134, 
136, 140, 147, 150, 157. 224,284. 
285 

TURNER. JAMES ALLEN, Tupelo. 
MS. Freshman. H . P E and Rec . 
239 

TURNER. PAUL BRUCE. Belzoni. 
MS. Sophomore. Bank and Fin . 
212,215.342 

TURNER, STEPHEN BECK, 
Waynesboro. MS, Senior, H , P E 
andRec .316. 317 

TURNER. TERESA LEE. Belden. 
MS, Freshman. Marktng . 262, 263, 
342 

TURNER, THOMAS NEWELL III. 
Belzoni. MS. Freshman. Jour and 
Adv. 212, 215, 342 

TURNER. TOBBY WARREN. 
Aberdeen. MS. Senior, H , P E and 
Rec. 109. Ill 

TURNIPSEED, STEPHEN PHILLIP. 
Elllsvllle. MS. Senior. Chem Eng . 
298. 299. 374 

TURNLEY. MELISSA ANN. 
Grenada, MS. Junior, Comm. DIs., 
262. 263 

TUTOR. DAVID BRUCE. Unclass., 
Chem .148. 200. 215 

TUTOR. DONNA KAY. New 
Albany. MS, Senior, Mangmnt , 
266, 267, 374 

TUTOR, RANDY LANE, Calhoun 
City, MS, Freshman, Mus. Educ , 
239 

TYLER, BRECK WHITE, Oxford, 
MS, Junior, Gen Bus. 312, 313 



u 



UFFELMAN, MALCOLM RUCJ JR., 
Vienna, VA, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus. 270. 271 

ULMER. RANCE NOBLE. Bay 
Springs. MS. Senior. Pol Scl . 244 

ULMER. SUZANNE. Jackson. MS, 
Junior, Elem Ed , 146, 203, 215, 
304.305.374 

ULRICH. MARK BURGHARDT, 
Monroe. LA. Junior. Mangmnt . 
240 

UNDERWOOD. CURTIS GENE, 

Greenwood, MS, Freshman, Bank 

and Fin , 298, 299 

UPTON. PHILLIP STEPHEN. 

Clinton. MS. Freshman. Pre-Accy . 

245 



V 



VALENTINE. MELANIE CELESTE. 
Brookhaven. MS. Sophomore, 
Nurslng.278, 279, 358 

VANCE, MICHAEL 
CHRISTOPHER, Long Beach, MS, 
Junior, Chem Eng , 210, 244, 374 

VANDERBURG, DAVID CLAY, 
Olive Branch, MS, Law I, Law, 276, 
277 

VANDERBURG, JEFFREY SCOTT. 
Olive Branch. MS, Senior, 
Marktng . 276. 277 

VANDERSLICE. BARBARA ANNE. 
Ft. Walton Beach, FL, Freshman, 
304, 305, 342 

VARNELL, JOHNNY RENON, 
Adamsvllle. TN. Sophomore. 
Mangmnt . 266. 267. 358 

VARNER. DAVID ARTHUR. 
Oxford, MS. Senior. Pre-Accy . 
140.157.150.388 

VARNER. SAMUEL HOUSE. 
Memphis. TN. Senior. Marking., 
147,225.374 

VAUGHAN. BONNIE ELIZABETH. 
Union City. TN. Sophomore. Crt 
Rptg..239. 274. 275. 342 

VAUGHAN. PAMELA SUZANNE. 
Oxford. MS. Sophomore. 
Marktng , 280. 281 , 358 

VAUGHAN. SYLVIA LOUISE. 
Columbus. MS. Sophomore. H E - 
Intr . 202. 280. 281 . 358 

VAUGHN. MONA RUTH, 
Tiptonville, TN, Senior, CIth Mer . 
274. 275 

VAUGHN. SUZANNE DEAN. 
Concord. TN, Sophomore, Soc /S 
Wk, 274, 275 

VAUGHT, LEE ANN VOORHIES, 
River Ridge, LA, Sophomore, 
Jour ,143, 248 

VEAZEY, DEBRA ELIZABETH, 
Coldwater, MS, Phrm.-I, 
Pharmacy, 223 

VEAZEY, VIRGINIA WILSON, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Elem Ed . 
215.218.274.275 

VEIT. JODY LEE. Wilmette, IL. 
Sophomore. Elem Ed . 278, 279 

VERELL, JAMIE JEAN, Houston. 
MS. Freshman. Medicine, 215, 342 

VINCENT, ROBERT HUDSON, 
Clarksdale, MS, Junior, Urban Ad , 
296. 297 

VINES. SHELLYE MURRY. Oxford. 
MS. Sophomore. Comm Dis . 306, 

307, 358 

VIRDEN, THOMAS SANDERS, 
Leiand, MS, Junior. Bank and Fin.. 

308. 309 

VOWELS. LUCINDA KAY. 
Sikeston. MO. Freshman. Elem 
Ed . 266. 267 342 

w 

WADE. CATHERINE ANN. 
Memphis, TN. Sophomore. 
Nursing. 208, 288, 289. 358 

WADE. JAMA RUTH. Bay St. 
Louis, MS, Junior, Rec Ldrs , 290, 
291 

WADE, JOHN ERNEST JR., 
Jackson. MS. Senior. Accy , 36. 
147.151,298.297.388 

WADE. VIVIAN MARIE, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Elem Ed , 215, 274, 
275 

WADSWORTH, RICHARD 
CARSON, Natchez, MS, 
Sophomore, Bank and Fin., 298. 
299 

WAGGENER, MARY ELIZABETH. 
Canton. MS. Sophomore. Accy , 
215.288.289.358 

WAGGONER, DANIEL FLOYD, 

Jackson, MS, Senior. Math, 1 52, 

388 

WAGNER, CELIA MARIE, Summit, 

MS, Senior, Rec Ldrs , 280, 281 , 

388 

WAH, JUE ANN, Phrm-lll, 
Pharmacy, 156,393 

WALD, MARGARET ELLEN, 
Jackson, MS, Junior. Gen Bus . 
290, 291 

WALKER, BARBARA GAYLE, 
West Point, MS, Phrm.-ll, 



Pharmacy. 219 

WALKER. BEVERLY JOYCE. 
Yazoo City. MS. Freshman. Phys 
Tpy . 239. 342 

WALKER. GALE LEE. Memphis, 
TN, Freshman, Marking.. 239. 342 

WALKER. HARRY GREY JR.. 
Jackson. MS. Junior. History. 302. 
303 

WALKER, JEFF BRENT, Paducah, 
KY. Junior. Pre-Accy . 316, 31 7 

WALKER, JENNIFER CATHERINE. 
Saucier, MS. Sophomore. Accy., 
154.238.358 

WALKER, MAIA MARIE, 
VIcksburg, MS, Senior, Elem Ed , 
288. 289. 388 

WALKER. MELANIE ANN. 
Jackson. MS, Senior, Publ Adm., 
123. 132, 138. 146. 215. 306.307, 
259 

WALKER, MELISSA KAY, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, 
Mangmnt. 142.306,307 

WALKER, MEREDITH MOORE 
JR , Hernando, MS, Junior, 
Medicine. 276. 277. 374 

WALKER, PAMELA GAIL, Junior, 
S Ed S./E ,242,374 

WALKER, STEPHEN BARROW, 
Smyrna, GA, Sophomore, Gen 
Eng .272,273. 358 

WALKER. TERRANCE. 
Mendenhall. MS, Senior, S Ed. S. 
S, 81, 109, 132 

WALKER, WILLIAM ALLEN, 
Saucier, MS, Grad. I, Elec Eng., 
132,152 

WALL, CYNTHIA ANNETTE, 
Oxford, MS, Senior, Civl Eng., 
140.153.156.217.388 

WALL. LUCY CLAIRE. 
Brookhaven, MS, Freshman, 215, 
288. 289 

WALL, ROBERT EDWARD, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 316, 317 

WALL. STACEY LOUIS. Junior, 
Gen Bus , 272, 273 

WALLACE. BARTON B III. Dallas. 
TX. Junior. Marktng . 272. 273 

WALLACE. DANA LORANE. 
Clarksville, TN, Freshman, 
English, 215 

WALLACE. PENELOPE CECILIA, 
Junior. CIth Mer.. 21 5. 236, 286, 
287 

WALLACE, ROBERT REGINALD. 
Dallas. TX. Sophomore, 
Mangmnt , 270, 271 

WALLER, EDWARD CHARLES, 
Jackson. MS, Freshman. English, 
212,272,273 

WALLER, TERRY NOLAN, Oxford, 
MS, Senior. Civl Eng., 140, 153 

WALLER, TRACY DAVID. Little 
Rock. AR. Freshman. Mech Eng.. 
296. 297 

WALMSLEY. CAROLINE FARRAR. 
Baytown. TX. Junior, Comm Dis , 
290, 291 

WALSH, DAVID ERIC, Oxford, MS. 
Senior, Soc /S Wk , 239, 388 

WALSH, TIMOTHY LOUIS, 
Memphis, TN. Freshman, Pol Scl , 
298, 299 

WALTERS, TENA LEE, Clinton, 
MS, Junior, Bank and Fin , 157. 
262, 263 

WALTON. JOE DOUGLAS. 
Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore, 
Marktng, 316. 317 

WAMMACK. TOMMY TILDEN, 
Ripley, MS, Senior, Pre-Accy., 
147,157,316,317 

WARD, ALBERT MANNING. 
Junior, H , P E and Rec, 41 , 374 

WARD. DAVID HAROLD. 
Vardaman. MS. Junior, Insur , 213. 
374 

WARD. GREGORY 
WEATHERFORD. Oxford, MS, 
Junior, Marktng . 215, 316, 317, 
374 

WARD, JIMMY DALE, Senior. 
Jour .218. 228 

WARD, KIMBERLY ANN, Meridian, 
MS, Freshman, Pre-Accy , 202, 
215,304,305 

WARD, WILLIAM THOMAS III, 



Sophomore. Pre-Accy . 298. 299 

WARE. THOMAS E JR . Senior. 
Gen Bus .251 

WARNER. TARA LAYNE. 
VIcksburg. MS. Junior. Elem Ed.. 
278. 279 

WARNER. WILLIAM AUSTIN, 
Nashville, TN, Sophomore, 272, 
273. 342 

WARREN. GIRD NORMAN III. 
Brandon. MS. Junior. H . P E and 
Rec ,298. 299 

WARREN, MAX ELBERT, Law III, 
Law. 200 

WARREN. MITZI ANN, Jackson, 
MS, Freshman, Gen. Bus., 215, 
278, 279 

WARRINGTON, MARY ANNE, 
Shelby, MS, Freshman. CIth Mer . 
304. 305 

WASHBURNE, RAY WILLETS. 
Dallas, TX, Freshman, Gen Bus , 
314,315 

WATERLOO, MELINDA KOREN. 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, Gen 
Bus, 280, 281 

WATKINS, CAROL JEAN, 
Natchez. MS. Senior, Ba. Econ.. 
212,288,289 

WATKINS, LISA LYNNE. Monroe. 
LA. Phrm -II. Pharmacy. 306. 307 

WATKINS. TERESA JO, Memphis, 
TN, Freshman, Elem Ed , 288, 
289, 342 

WATKINS, TERI ANN. Madison, 
MS, Sophomore, Comm Dis , 21 5. 

262. 263. 358 

WATSON. DAVID LEAKE, Monroe, 
LA, Freshman, Gen Bus.. 272, 
273, 342 

WATSON, JOSEPH TATE. Oxford. 
MS. Sophomore. Marktng . 296. 
297 

WATSON. MARGIE ROBIN. 
VIcksburg. MS. Freshman. 262. 

263. 342 

WATSON. PATRICE ELIZABETH. 
Senior. Design. 146. 290. 291 

WATSON, RICHARD VAN, Lyon, 
MS, Freshman, Gen. Bus., 215, 
296, 297 

WATSON, SARAH ELIZABETH, 
Birmingham. AL. Freshman. Civl 
Eng . 288. 289, 342 

WATT, WILLIAM LEE, Junior, Pre- 
Accy , 71 . 136, 147. 212. 224. 270. 
271 

WATTS. DWAYNE TRUHETT. 
Meridian. MS, Junior. Bank and 
Fin . 284, 285, 374 

WATTS, THOMAS KENNETH, 
Meridian, MS. Law 1. Law. 147. 
284. 285 

WEATHERFORD, CHRISTINA, 
Fulton, MS, Junior, Bank and Fin., 
266, 267. 374 

WEATHERLY. LESLIE ANN, 
Junior. Bank and Fin . 278. 279 

WEATHERLY, SCOTT WATSON, 
Gulfpon, MS, Senior, History, 213, 
316,317 

WEATHERLY, WALLACE 
WATSON, Gulfpon, MS, 
Sophomore, Chem , 296, 297 

WEATHERLY, WILLIAM 
BARROW, Sophomore. Medicine. 
210,227.296,297 

WEBB, AMY MAE, Selmer, TN, 
Grad I, Educ . 1 36. 322. 323. 397 

WEBB. DAVID PEEBLES. 
Philadelphia. MS, Sophomore, 
Pre-Accy ,143, 308. 309 

WEBB. FRANK WILSON, 
Sophomore, Pharmacy. 312. 313 

WEBB. JOHN HARRISON. 
Gulfport. MS. Sophomore. Civl 
Eng. 316, 317,358 

WEBB, LARRY L , Drew, MS, 
Junior. Dntstry . 296, 297 

WEBB, MARY KATHERINE, 
Junior, English. 215, 374 

WEBB, ROBIN ELIZABETH, 
Athens, TN, Sophomore, CIth. 
Mer ,278. 279 

WEDGEWORTH. WILLIAM 
SIDNEY. Long Beach, MS, 
Freshman, Mangmnt , 320, 321 , 
342 

WEEKS, CRAIG FRANKLIN, 
Marks, MS, Sophomore, Comp 
Scl., 239, 358 



WEEKS, LILLIAN FRAZIER, 
Freshman, Gen Bus , 278, 279 

WEEKS, TIMOTHY GALEN, 
Florence, AL, Junior, Gen. Eng 
136.276.277.374 

WEGENER. NANCY KATHRYN, 
Clarksdale, MS, Freshman, Radio 
and TV, 286. 287. 342 

WEILAND. KENNETH LEE, 
Sophomore, Civl Eng., 276, 277, 
358 

WEILL, TERRY PAUL, Tylertown, 
MS, Freshman, Dntstry , 312, 313, 
342 

WEISLING, LINDA JOY. 
Evansvllle. IN. Senior. Mus Educ, 
155,253.388 

WELCH. CERES DAWN. Pontotoc, 
MS. Freshman. Elem Ed . 304. 
305, 342 

WELCH, KAREN LEIGH, Pontotoc, 
MS, Freshman, Jour , 262, 242, 
263, 342 

WELCH, LAWRENCE ERNEST. 
Senior. Biol Sci . 148 

WELCH. MARY SUZANNE. 
Clarksville. TN. Freshman. Pre- 
Accy . 262, 263, 342 

WELCH, PATRICK FLOYD, Alta 
Loma, CA, Sophomore, Pre-Accy., 
316.317 

WELDY. MARY BETH, 
Hattiesburg, MS, Sophomore. 
Gen.Bus. 215. 278. 279.358 

WELLS. DAVID KENT, Oxford. MS. 
Unclass. Educ .213 

WELLS, JEFF PAUL, Memphis, 
TN, Junior, Civl Eng., 316, 31 7 

WELLS, JENNIFER MARY, 
Memphis, TN. Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus, 288. 289 

WELLS, WILLIAM PAUL, Junior, 
Gen. Bus. 215. 282. 283,374 

WELSCH. HILDA ELIZABETH, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Comm Dis., 
146,262.263.374 

WENCZL. ESTHER ELIZABETH. 
Sophomore. CIth Mer . 236. 306. 
307 

WESSON. KAREN ELIZABETH. 
Freshman. Pharmacy. 274. 275, 
342 

WEST. BARRY ALLEN. Memphis, 
TN, Freshman. Elec. Eng.. 298, 
299.342 

WEST. CHRISTOPHER ANDREW, 
Richmond, KY, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus. 107 

WEST. KAREN F . Jackson. MS, 
Senior, Math, 140, 152, 388 

WEST, THOMAS LOWELL III, 
Jackson, MS, Freshman, French, 
314,315,342 

WEST, VICKI VEAZEY, Sardis, MS, 
Junior, Gen Bus , 278, 279 

WESTMORELAND, KRISTEN 
ANN, Martin, TN, Sophomore. 
Comp Scl . 239. 322, 323,358 

WETZEL, JANETTE LESLIE, 
Westerville, OH. Freshman, Pol 
Sci. 238. 342 

WETZEL. JULIET LEIGH. 
Westerville. OH, Junior. Bank and 
Fin . 247 

WEXLER, LILLIAN PATTON. 
Johnson City. TN. Freshman. 288, 
289 

WHEAT. WILLIAM JOSEPH, 
Gulfport, MS, Freshman, 
Medicine. 292. 293. 342 

WHEATLEY. PAULA LORAINE. 
New Albany, MS, Sophomore, 
Elem Ed . 202, 304. 305, 358 

WHEELER, ERIC FRANKLIN. Olive 
Branch. MS. Senior. Accy . 149. 
252 

WHEELER. JULIE ANN, 
Sophomore, Rec Ldrs., 280. 281 

WHEELER. KELLY LYNNE, 
Freshman, Nursing, 215, 342 

WHEELER, PAUL WALKER. 
Natchez. MS. Freshman, Jour., 
215.342 

WHEELER, YVONNE DENISE, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, 
Nursing, 249, 358 

WHITAKER, WILLIAM WESLEY, 
Oxford. MS. Sophomore. Gen. 
Bus. 270, 271, 358 



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WHITE. SEVERELY JANE, Oxford. 
MS. Unclass . 239 

WHITE. BRADFORD CARLISLE, 
Booneville. MS. Sophomore, 
Music. 109 

WHITE. CHARLES ROYAL JR . 
Jackson. MS, Sophomore. Bank 
and Fin, 143,296.297 

WHITE. CLINTON BROWNLEE, 
Jackson, MS. Senior, Elec Eng , 
314.315,388 

WHITE. DAVID EUGENE. 
Meridian. MS. Junior. Marking., 
205,215.296,297,374 

WHITE, DAVID SCOTT. Crystal 
Springs. MS. Junior. Law Ento . 
149,358 

WHITE. DEBORAH ELIZABETH. 
Galveston. TX. Junior, Nursing. 
288, 289. 358 

WHITE. JEANNINE R , Senior, 
HE-lntr, 274.275 

WHITE, JOHN LATHAM JR., 
Raymond. MS. Sophomore, Gen. 
Eng .215 

WHITE. JOSEPH HENDERSON, 
Junior, Bank and Fin . 298. 299 

WHITE. LARRY KEITH. 
Sophomore. Comm Dis . 282, 283. 
358 

WHITE. LAURIE NELL. Ocean 
Springs. MS. Freshman, Marking.. 
215,288,289,342 

WHITE. LINDA ANN. Schulenburg. 
TX. Junior. Mangmnt . 1 55. 239. 
322, 323. 374 

WHITE. MARTHA MARIE. Oxford, 
MS. Senior. Home Ec, 134. 140. 
155.389 

WHITE. MELODY J . Ridgely. TN. 
Sophomore, Gen Bus , 274. 275. 
358 

WHITE, NEIL WARE III, Gulfpon, 
MS, Freshman, Pol. Sci , 292. 293 

WHITE, REBECCA BETH. 
Germantown. TN, Senior, 
Marking, 290, 291,389 

WHITE, SHIRLEY LESLIE, 
Gulfport, MS, Sophomore, 
Marking , 278, 279, 358 

WHITE, STACY ANN, Manchester, 
MO, Junior, Elem Ed , 143, 215, 
248, 243, 358 

WHITE, THOMAS GARY, Jackson, 
MS, Junior, Psyc , 308, 309 

WHITFORD, SUMMER LEE, Dade 
City, FL, Sophomore, Theatre, 
247,358 

WICHERT, CATHERINE ANN, 
Cape Girardeau, MO, Phrm -III. 
Pharmacy. 223. 392 

WICKER, KATHRYN ANN, Tupelo, 
MS, Freshman, Marking . 249. 262. 
263. 342 

WICKTOR. GREGG CHARLES. 
Cape Coral. FL. Junior, H , P E 
and Rec. 300, 301 

WICKTOR, LISA C , Sophomore, 
Cllh. Mer , 238, 290, 291 

WIGAL, VIRGINIA LEIGH, Junior, 
Design, 306, 307 

WIGHT, ELIZABETH V, 
Sophomore, Jour , 304, 305 

WILBANKS, LYDIA, New Albany, 
MS, Sophomore, Elem. Ed., 280, 
281 , 358 

WILBANKS. ROBERT PAUL, 
Senatobia, MS, Phrm.-ll, 
Pharmacy, 222 

WILBANKS, SHANDA LEIGH, 
Corinth, MS, Senior, Theatre, 21 5. 
374 

WILDER. ELIZABETH RAE. 
Jackson. MS. Freshman. Theatre, 
290.291.342 

WILES, WANDA KAY, Jackson, 
TN, Senior, Biol Sci . 19. 133, 136. 
138. 139. 203. 215, 224. 238. 389 

WILEY. JANE CATLIN, 
Sophomore, S Ed L S , 142, 143. 
278. 279. 243 

WILKERSON. WOODY GANN. 
Jackson. MS. Grad I. Accy -Pro . 
151.157 

WILKINS. JAMES TED JR . 
Newton. MS. Senior. Bank and 
Fin, 147. 150.298,299 

WILKINSON. ROBERT WAYNE. 
Pascagoula. MS. Senior, Gen 
Bus. 292.293 



WILKINSON. STEPHEN HENRY, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Pol 
Sci,212, 314.315. 358 

WILKS, TRUITT PALMER JR . 
Jackson. MS. Junior. Medicine. 
215,316,317,358 

WILLIAMS. ALAN THORNE. 
Greenwood. MS. Junior, Chem 
Eng .153, 212.296, 297 

WILLIAMS, BARRY PATRICK, 
Jackson, MS. Freshman. Gen 
Bus. 215. 298. 299.343 

WILLIAMS. CAROL ANN. 
Memphis, TN. Senior. Design. 306. 
307 

WILLIAMS, CAROLE LYNN, 
Nashville, TN, Freshman, Spcl. 
Ed ,215 

WILLIAMS, DARLENE MARIA, 
Oxford, MS, Senior, English, 199. 
389 

WILLIAMS, DAVID BRIAN. Laurel, 
MS, Freshman. Pre-Accy . 316. 
317 

WILLIAMS. GAIL. Grenada. MS. 
Junior. Urban Ad , 203, 215, 374 

WILLIAMS. GRANVILLE HOWELL. 
Jackson. MS. Senior, Bank and 
Fin . 296. 297. 389 

WILLIAMS. GREGORY GERALD. 
Booneville. MS. Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy . 106. 358 

WILLIAMS. HARRIS BELL, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Gen. Bus., 
312,313 

WILLIAMS. JAMES ALISON, 
Grenada, MS, Freshman, Pol Sci , 
292. 293. 343 

WILLIAMS, JAMES DANIEL, Olive 
Branch. MS. Junior. Comp Sci . 
310.311.375 

WILLIAMS. JAMES ROBERT JR . 
Tupelo, MS. Senior, Gen Bus , 
314,315 

WILLIAMS, JAN ELIZABETH, 
Tupelo, MS. Junior, Gen. Bus.. 
274. 275 

WILLIAMS. JULIE GRACE, 
Brandon, MS, Senior, Art, 288, 289 

WILLIAMS, KAREN PATRICK 
ABIDE, Greenwood, MS, Senior, 
Elem Ed , 280, 281 

WILLIAMS, KATHY JOHNSON, 
Water Valley, MS, Senior, Urban 
Ad , 123, 133, 136, 138, 196, 304, 
305, 258, 389 

WILLIAMS, LAURIE CAROL, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, Art, 274, 275 

WILLIAMS. LORI ANN. Atlanta, 
GA, Junior, Pol Sci , 143 

WILLIAMS, LORRI LEE, Orlando, 
FL, Freshman, 21 5, 280. 281 . 343 

WILLIAMS. LYNDA DIANE, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus, 278, 279 

WILLIAMS, MARY MARTHA, 
Senior, History, 133, 134, 138, 140, 
146,215.274.275.389 

WILLIAMS. MARY PATRICIA. 
Nashville. TN, Senior, Art, 322, 
323, 375 

WILLIAMS, MERRIL BINFORD, 
Water Valley, MS, Junior, Insur., 
298, 299, 358 

WILLIAMS, MITZI MERLE, 
Ashdown, AR, Senior, English, 
203, 280, 281 

WILLIAMS, PAMELA LANETTE, 
Junior, Soc Work, 278, 279, 375 

WILLIAMS, PARHAM HENRY III, 
Junior, Urban Ad , 31 2, 31 3 

WILLIAMS, PAUL DAVID, Nesbit, 
MS. Freshman. Chem Eng . 21 5 

WILLIAMS. ROBERT CLARK. 
Greenville. MS. Sophomore. Pol 
Sci , 300, 301 , 358 

WILLIAMS, SHERRILL DIANE, 
Oxford, MS. Senior. Bank and Fin . 
280. 281 

WILLIAMS. STEPHANIE ANNE. 
Jackson. MS. Junior, Socio , 215, 
290. 291 

WILLIAMS, STEVEN ROBERT, 
Junior, Law Enfo . 1 49 

WILLIAMS. TAMRA LYNNE. 
Huntingdon, TN, Senior, Elem 
Ed , 238, 262, 263, 375 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS EDWIN, 
Caledonia, MS, Law III, Law, 200 

WILLIAMS. WARFIELD, Memphis, 



TN. Junior. Gen Bus, 314,315 

WILLIAMS. WILLIAM ALBERT. 
Springfield. VA. Sophomore. Gen 
Bus , 272. 273. 358 

WILLIAMSON. ANN BRICKELL. 
Meridian, MS, Law I, Law. 304. 305 

WILLIAMSON. CHARLES 
MICHAEL. Freshman. Gen Bus , 

308, 309. 343 

WILLIAMSON, KELLI RENE. 
Madison, MS, Freshman, Biol Sci . 
304. 305, 200, 343 

WILLIAMSON. RUSSELL HAIRE. 
Greenwood. MS, Sophomore, 
Bank and Fin , 296. 297 

WILLIFORD. HELEN AMANDA. 
Sophomore. 142. 274. 275 

WILLINGHAM. DEBRA DAWN, 
Ruleville, MS, Sophomore. Insur., 
266. 267. 359 

WILLS, CATHY ANN, Memphis, 
TN, Senior, Math. 1 1 9. 1 38. 1 40. 
146. 152. 215. 224, 266. 267, 389 

WILLS. VICKIE LILLIAN, Memphis, 
TN, Junior, H , P E and Rec , 215, 
236, 266, 267, 258, 359 

WILSON, AMY LYLES, Freshman, 
Pre-Accy ,215, 343 

WILSON, CHARLES DOUGLAS, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, Gen 
Bus , 308, 309 

WILSON, CHARLES LLOYD, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Marktng., 
140,375 

WILSON, CLARA GWEN, Jackson. 
MS, Freshman, Elem Ed . 215. 
274.275 

WILSON. DAMARIS LYNN. 
Amarillo. TX. Junior. Math. 290, 
291 . 375 

WILSON. JANET CLAIR. Meridian, 
MS, Senior, S Ed S /E , 304, 305 

WILSON, KATHRYN DENISE, 
Oxford, MS, Freshman, CIth. Mer., 
304, 305, 343 

WILSON, RORY WADE, Louisville, 
KY, Sophomore, Phys. Tpy., 270, 
271 , 359 

WILSON, SUSAN LESLIE. 
Millington. TN. Freshman, Chem 
Eng . 280. 281 . 343 

WIMBERLEY, LEX ALLEN. Laurel. 
MS. Senior. Marktng . 245 

WINDHAM. HENRY DAVID. 
Gulfport. MS. Grad I. Jour . 282. 
283 

WINKEL. STEPHEN JOHN. 
Algona. lA. Senior. Gen Bus . 106. 
272, 273 

WINKLER, ELIZABETH JANE, 
Tupelo, MS. Junior. S Ed Art, 288, 
289. 375 

WINKLER. ROBERT EDWARD JR . 
Grad I. Accy -Pro . 151. 157 

WINOGRAD. JAN FRANCES, 
Milwaukee, Wl, Freshman, 
Theatre, 280, 281.343 

WINOGRAD. JOHN ALLEN, 
Milwaukee, Wl, Senior, Insur.. 298. 
299 

WINSTEAD, EDWARD CARLTON. 
Pearl, MS, Junior, Mangmnt , 310. 
311.375 

WINSTON. TIMOTHY BRYAN, 
Osceola, AR, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 314, 315 

WINTER, ELEANOR ELLIOTT, 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore, 
English, 203, 212, 215, 278, 279, 
359 

WINTERS, JULIE LYNN, Senior, 
Jour, 146,258, 266, 267, 375 

WINTERSTEIN, CHERYL FAYE, 
Biloxi, MS, Freshman, H., P.E. and 
Rec . 99. 108 

WISE, JAMES HUNTER, Maben, 
MS, Phrm -I, Pharmacy. 147. 308, 

309, 393 

WISE. KENDRA LYNN. Naples, FL, 
Sophomore, Art-lntr , 278, 279 

WISE, WILLIAM HOWARD, 
Johnson City. TN. Senior. Insur . 
109 

WYSOR. JOSEPH ROBERT. 
Arlington, VA, Senior. Gen. Bus., 
104,215,298,299,375 

WISEMAN, CLAYTON LEE, Dallas. 
TX, Junior, Marktng.. 292. 293 

WISEMAN. PAUL LAURENS. 
Oxford, MS, Sophomore, Pre- 
Accy , 272, 273, 359 



WITHERS, RICHARD ALAN. 
Gulfport. MS. Freshman. Law 
Enfo, 239. 343 

WITT. ANGELA JANE. New 
Albany. MS. Junior, Elem Ed , 
215.280.281.375 

WITTE. CYNTHIA GRACE. 
Memphis. TN. Freshman. Gen 
Bus. 215. 288. 289 

WOFFORD. WILLIAM ROBIN II. 
New Albany. MS. Senior. Mus 
Educ. 154.238 

WOLBRECHT. WYNN WALLIN. 
Freshman. Adm Serv . 266, 267, 
343 

WOLFE. RAYMOND LEON, Nesbit. 
MS. Junior. Pre-Accy , 310.311 

WOMACK. HENRY MARLIN JR . 
Sophomore. Pre-Accy . 220. 300. 
301 

WOMACK. THOMAS MICHAEL, 
Oxford, MS, Junior, Mus. Educ 
239. 240 

WOMBLE. RACHEL JANE. Phrm - 
III, Pharmacy, 288, 289. 393 

WONG. JUDITH LYNN. Moorhead. 
MS. Phrm. -I. Pharmacy. 246. 393 

WOOD. CHARLA FRANCES. 
Sophomore, Psyc . 262. 263 

WOOD. DOROTHY LEE. Dallas. 
TX, Senior, Radio and TV. 215. 
278. 279, 389 

WOOD, KATIE WINSTON, 
Natchez, MS, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy .274.275 

WOOD. LETA LANELL. Grenada. 
MS. Freshman. CIth Mer . 208. 
238. 304, 305. 343 

WOOD. WENDY LYNN. Jackson. 
MS. Freshman. Elem. Ed . 215 

WOODALL, CHARLES JACKSON, 
Memphis, TN, Junior, Biol Sci , 
215,238,300,301,375 

WOODALL, JOYCE LYNN, 
University, MS, Junior, Accy , 157. 
203. 244, 242 

WOODBURY, WILLIAM PUTNAM. 
Senior. Gen Bus.. 106 

WOODRICK. DEBORAH MARIE. 
New Albany. MS, Grad I. Bus 
Adm . 157 

WOODRICK, HERBERT L JR , 
New Albany. MS, Senior, Jour , 
228, 272, 273 

WOODRUFF, KATHRYN KENT, 
Montgomery, AL, Sophomore, 
Elem Ed , 288. 289 

WOODRUFF, MARY REID, 
Jackson, TN, Senior, Marktng , 
146.306.307.389 

WOODWARD. LORI DIANE. 
Clarksville, TN. Senior, Bank and 
Fin, 102, 103, 150, 108. 389 

WOODWARD. WENDY CAROL. 
London. Sophomore. Nursing. 
286. 287 

WOODY ARD. STEVEN ALLEN. 
Helena. AR. Sophomore. Gen 
Bus. 314. 315 

WOOTEN. LOUIE WAYNE. 
Meridian. MS, Sophomore, 
Mangmnt , 251 

WORTHY, PAUL ANTHONY, 
Jackson, MS, Senior, Mangmnt., 
310,311,375 

WREN, ANGELA KAYE, 
Clarksdale, MS, Sophomore, Bank 
and Fin , 200, 247 

WRIGHT, JEFFERY GODWIN, 
Booneville, MS, Senior, H , P E 
and Rec , 272, 273 

WRIGHT, JOHN GREGORY, Pearl, 
MS, Freshman, Bank and Fin , 308, 
309 

WRIGHT, KENNETH MICHAEL, 
Memphis, TN, Freshman, Gen. 
Bus, 272, 273 

WRIGHT, PAUL JEFFREY, 
Memphis, TN, Senior, Marking., 
272.273 

WYATT. TARA JANICE. 
Cleveland. MS. Senior, S Ed. L S , 
208, 274, 275 

WYLLIE. PHILLIP BETHEA, 
Fairhope, AL, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus., 109 



YARBROUGH. MAE DOUGLASS. 
Cleveland. MS. Senior. S Ed Sci., 
1 33, 1 38, 1 78. 1 46. 1 75. 225. 243 

YATES. CYNTHIA ANN. San 
Antonio. TX. Freshman. Art. 280. 
281 

YATES. HORACE LAVELL JR . 
Ocean Springs. MS. Freshman. 
Bank and Fin . 316. 317 

YEAGER. AMELIA MEADOWS, 
Corinth. MS. Law I. Law. 200 

YEAGER. TENA LOUISE. 
Sophomore. CIth Mer . 142. 286. 

287. 243 

YELNICK. JOHN DEAN, Lagrange. 
IL. Sophomore. 292. 293 

YELVERTON, CATHERINE ANN. 
Junior, Bank and Fin . 105. 108 

YELVERTON. RICHARD LEROY 
JR . Jackson. MS, Junior, Math, 
284,285 

YELVERTON. SARAH 
CATHERINE. Jackson. MS. 
Freshman. Pre-Accy . 215. 274, 
275 

YERGER, MARY MONTAGUE, 
Jackson, MS, Junior, Lib Arts, 
208,215,227,274.275.375 

YORK. FRANK SNYDER III. 
Jackson, MS, Sophomore. Pre- 
Accy .314.315 

YORK. TARA LEIGH. Jackson. 
MS. Freshman. Soc Work. 215. 
343 

YORK. WILLIAM ELISHA. Holly 
Springs, MS, Freshman, Medicine, 
215,245,343 

YOSTE. EDWARD SCOTT, 
Cordova, TN, Sophomore, Gen. 
Bus . 308. 309, 252, 359 

YOUNG, BARBARA ANN, 
Nashville, TN, Freshman. Radio 
and TV. 262. 263. 343 

YOUNG, DENISE ANN. Fairtield. 
IL. Freshman, Elem Ed . 266. 267. 
343 

YOUNG. DOLLY DEAN HENRY. 
Oxford. MS, Senior, CIth. Mer , 

288, 289 

YOUNG, EVELYN 
WEATHERFORD, Wynne, AR, 
Freshman, Medicine, 280, 281 . 343 

YOUNG. JEFFERY THOMAS, 
Huntsville, AL, Senior. Mus Educ 
239. 240 

YOUNG. JEFFREY LYNN, 
Sikeston, MO, Freshman, Pre- 
Accy , 272, 273, 343 

YOUNG, JERRY K, Junior, 
Medicine, 1 48, 31 0. 31 1 . 375 

YOUNG, KATHLEEN MARIE, 
Junior, Elem Ed . 304, 305 

YOUNG. KATHRYN RUCKS, 
Greenville. MS, Junior, Pre-Accy., 
146,266,267,375 

YOUNG, LISA GAYLE, Oxford. MS, 
Junior, Bus Ed . 262. 263. 375 

YOUNG. RANDY ALLEN. Senior. 
Pre-Accy , 157 

YOUNG, ROBIN LANE, Senior. 
Pre-Accy., 133, 140, 146, 150, 286, 
287. 389 

YOUNG, ROY ELVIN JR , 
Ackerman. MS, Sophomore. 300. 
301 

YOUNG, WILLIAM DAVID, 
Sophomore. Bank and Fin., 31 4, 
315 

YOUNG, WILLIAM DONNELL III, 
Franklin, TN. Sophomore, Civl. 
Eng .292, 293 

YUILL. VIRGINIA MCLAURIN, 
Junior. Marktng . 304. 305 



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ZACHRY. BETTY J . Brandon. MS, 
Sophomore, Bank and Fin . 274. 
275 

ZAHN. JEFF RICHARD. Sturgeon 
Bay. Wl. Freshman. Art. 238. 272 
273. 343 

ZERINGER. ERIC PAUL. Metairie. 

LA. Senior. Civl Eng , 300, 301, 

389 

ZUBATUK, THERESA LYNN. 

Jackson, MS, Freshman. 

Medicine, 288, 289 



Index — 437 




Photography Credits 

MARY ELIZABETH PARTIN: 1, 2, 3, 4, 
5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 21, 22, 
27, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 
43, 44, 45, 46-49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 
59, 61, 66, 70, 71-81, 83-101, 102-109, 
112-115, 120-123, 116-119, 135, 139- 
140, 158, 159, 161, 174, 176, 192-199, 
202, 203, 204, 205, 208-210, 214, 220- 
229, 234-235, 238. 246-248, 250, 252, 
256-259, odd pages 327-353, 359, 361, 
365, odd pages 369-385, 386, odd 
pages 387-391, 393-397, 400-403, 438, 
440; 

SCOTT GABBERT: 2, 7, 16; 

CANDY REED: 9, 16, 32, 48, 49, 50, 51, 
124-133, 174, 404-413, others in org. 
section; 

PAUL KNIGHT: 161-173, (Administra- 
tion section); 

WALT MIXON: 6, 9, 12, 13, 38, 42, 43, 
64-70, 110-111, 176, 177, 183-189, 256, 
261, odd pages 263-326, 398; 

STEVE PARHAM: 134, 178, 179, 180, 
181, 182, 190, 191, others in org. sec- 
tion 250-255; 

DOLL NETTERVILLE: 48, 49, 50, 51, 
404-417, others in org. section; 

KAY WILES: 35, 36, 37, 174, 440; 

KERRY HAMILTON: 200, 201; 

JOHN HAYDEN: 13; 

editor: 5, 7, 9, 16, 18, 31, 34, 35, 70, 116, 
118, 260, 398, 439; 



1. Dr. Jerry Westbrook holds a captive audi- 
ence at pre-college. 2. The Lyceum by night. 3. 
Left to Right: 1980, 1979, 1978. 4. Our friend 
Charlotte remembers Dallas with a smile. 5. 
Sid Moore swears off pre-med by turning his 
back on the books. 




438 — Specifications 






Yearbook 
Specifications 

The 1980 OLE MISS was produced by the University of Mississippi 
Yearbook Staff and printed offset on Meads 80-pound high-gloss dou- 
ble-coated enamel paper by Taylor Publishing Company of Dallas, 
Texas, in cooperation with Taylor representatives Nicky Drake, 
George Copeland, and Jerry Steely. Press run was 6,700 copies. 

Cover: The cover design was inspired by the cover of the 1937 Ole 
Miss in association with Jim Alexander of Taylor Publishing Com- 
pany. The cover material is Lexotone, turned over 150-point binder's 
board, with designs both blind-embossed and debossed on Taylor's 
gray 950 material, grained in Rhino with a heavy blue overtone. The 
applied color is maroon. Trim size is 9 x 12. 

Endsheet: The endsheet is in 65-pound coverweight stock, printed 
both sides in PMS Ink #462. 

Type: All text copy is set in Melior, exhibiting various point sizes. 
Headlines are printed in several styles as listed here: Division pages — 
Bolt Bold; Alma Mater — Vivaldi (page 34); Activities — Georgio and 
Palatino Bold; Culture — Playbill, Vivaldi, Champion, original art- 
work by Lisa Redditt; Sports — Impact; Honors — Bodini Bold; 
Administration — Melior; Features — Hand Lettering; Organizations 
— Arnold Bocklin; Greeks — Melior; Classes — Broadway Engraved; 
Advertisements — Futura Book; Index — Windsor. Original artwork 
on all division pages, in the Activities section, and on page 34 created 
by Sam Varner, folio tabs in the Alma Mater section by Friley David- 
son, and miniatures in the Greeks section by Linda Gustafson. 

Photography: A 150-line screen was used for photography with color 
separations done by laser. The color pictures in the Features section 
were taken as follows: Favorites, Best Dressed, Miss University — 
Steve Parham of Oxford, MS; Beauties and Colonel Rebel/Miss Ole 
Miss — Walt Mixon of Oxford, MS; all were takan in the Oxford and 
University area. Classes portraits were done by Senior Portraits, Inc. 
of Quincy, MA, in cooperation with Stephanie Kuhlman and Ken Mur- 
phy. Composite prints of Greek organizations were supplied by the 
following: American Composite Corporation of Kansas City, MO — all 
sororities; Walt Mixon Photography of Oxford, MS — Phi Delta Theta, 
Sigma Nu and Zeta Beta Tau; Randy Pang Photography — Phi Kappa 
Theta; Fraternal Composite Company of Utica, NY — Sigma Chi; 
Edward Vantine Studios of Hamilton, NY — all other fraternities; Spe- 
cial thanks go to Wide World Photos, Inc. of New York, NY and Ferd 
Messina of the Vicksburg Evening Post — Vicksburg, MS for the world 
events photos on pages 28-29, and to the Mississippi A&I Board for the 
candid photos of Governor Cliff Finch. Color photos on pages 14 and 
15 were contributed by Randy Hartzog and the University Publica- 
tions Department. 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Special thanks go to Hermine McLarty, Melissa Metke and 
Jeri Sikora for assistance with the Classes section. Also to Lea Anne Hester and the Clar- 
ion-Ledger for the story and photos on pages 262 and 263. 



"This is the annual staff ..."... ants everywhere . . . never-idle coffee pot . . . Moonlight Madness Sale . . Kissy . . . 
the Nurd . . . phone calls . . . spiced tea . . . Tab run . . . Liquid Paper by the case . . . countdown 'til deadline ... the 
Rapline Wars . . . rusty water . . . roller skating . . . Christmas decorations . . . Meisel . . . goodbye to Stevens ... "I 
haven't gotten my proofs — " . . . Federal Express . . . midnight trips to Memphis . . . co-ed restroom . . closed week- 
ends . . . Dracula wants your layouts . . . peppermint ... the chartreuse office . . . Tau Beta for Col. Reb . . all-night 
stands . . . T and ami . . . Dallas . . . Mrs. Smith . . . TPC . . 06705 



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Editing a full-color publication of 440 pages with a budget of more than $75,000 was alternately 
taxing and exhilarating. The 1980 OLE MISS took her toll on my time and temper, but she also 
yielded pages and pages of satisfaction. 

I give honest thanks to the OLE MISS section editors and assistants. Through their cooperation 
and sacrifice, they provided the backbone of the OLE MISS. 

Special recognition must go to those without whom the OLE MISS would not have progressed 
past page one: Mrs. Frances Smith, who kept me out of hot water in the Accounting and 
Purchasing departments, and managed administrative aspects of the yearbook under Mr. Towery, 
and Business Manager Marty Tucker, who handled the business portion of the yearbook with a 
mastery hailed by the University auditors as "outstanding." To Marty and Mrs. Smith both — my 
sincere gratitude. 

One need only look at the photography credits on page 438 to see the remarkable contribution 
by Mary Elizabeth Partin. She was dependable and always willing to work, and I thank her. 

Copy editor Lisa Purser played an instrumental part in the production of the OLE MISS, doing 
everything from transforming the editor's vague ideas into polished copy for the opening and 
division pages to checking Quad-Paks and brownlines. 

Another without whom I couldn't have made it is my secretary Rosalie McCullough. A tireless 
helper and a friend to all. Rose was always in the office to lend that essential helping hand. 

Perhaps the one to whom I owe the most gratitude is my assistant editor Kay Wiles. From staff 
selection and the Dallas trip through all deadlines, Kay was by my side, giving support, 
encouragement and occasionally a little trouble to keep me going and on my toes. 

These and many others have sacrificed a great deal to produce the 1980 OLE MISS. I dedicate 
this book to them. 

After four years of association with the OLE MISS, I take with me a great love for the University 
of Mississippi. And I will be forever grateful for the opportunity to have documented that love in 
the 1980 OLE MISS. 



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